Research

Lars Thore Fadnes (photograph: Jørgen Barth)

Lars T Fadnes is a researcher at Centre for International Health working with several aspects around child health including infant feeding and nutrition in the context of HIV, health counselling and vaccination. His work has focused primarily on low-income countries and Sub-Saharan Africa in particular, with basis from studies carried out in Uganda and South Africa. In addition, Lars Fadnes also has interests related to climate and health and is coordinating the Norwegian network on climate and health.

Click on the following links to see a list of scientific articles and research communication.

Main research fields
– Global Health
– Child Health
– Nutrition in the context of HIV
– Vaccination programs

Qualifications
– PhD-degree (2011-06-03) at University of Bergen with the following thesis
“Counselling, child growth and feeding of children in Uganda in the era of HIV:
Contexts and consequences”
– Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (DTM&H) at LSHTM
– The Medical Student Research Program 2003-2009
– Medical doctor, cand.med. from University of Bergen 2002-2009

Publications listed in PubMed:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=Fadnes%20LT%20%5Bau%5D

Teaching
– Experimental epidemiology
– Nutritional anthropometry
– Vaccination analysis with R commander
– R & R commander – how to get started with the analyses
– Health consequences of climate change
– Nutrition of infants in the context of HIV
– Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV

See also my research-related blog posts.

Editorial work

– Editor of Sustainable health (Bærekraftig helse)

– In the editorial board of World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics  (World J Clin Pediatr, WJCP online ISSN 2219-2808, DOI: 10.5409). The journal is a bimonthly peer-reviewed, online, open-access (OA), journal supported

– In the editorial board of Air & Water Borne Diseases is an Open Access, which is a peer-reviewed, online journal that addresses the study, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases caused due to air & water.

Visiting address

Overlege Danielsens Hus (room 227), Årstadveien 21, N-5009 Bergen, Norway

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