|Position:||Ass. prof, consultant of neurology, MD, PhD|
|Phone:||+47 221 19926|
Address: Department of Neurology, Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo, 0407 Oslo, Norway
Pål Berg-Hansen has a medical degree from University of Oslo (UiO) from 1998 and is a specialist in neurology from 2007. He is a senior consultant at the Department of Neurology, Oslo University Hospital with a special interest in MS patients and attended the PhD-project in January 2012.
The title of his PhD thesis is "Clinical and epidemiological studies of immigrants with multiple sclerosis in Norway ."
In the first part of the project he is studying differences in disease severity and oligoclonal band status between different ethnical groups with MS in Oslo. The second part is a registry based prevalence study of immigrant groups in Norway, where differences in disease severity is measured by prescription of disease modifying drugs.
Main supervisor: Elisabeth Gulowsen Celius (MD, PhD.)
Co-supervisors: Hanne F. Harbo (MD, PhD) and Stine Marit Moen (MD, PhD).
• Migration studies
• Clinical studies
• Environmental factors associated with MS
Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 136 (2), 157
High prevalence and increasing incidence of multiple sclerosis in the Norwegian county of Buskerud
Acta Neurol Scand, 135 (4), 412-418
Socio-economic factors and immigrant population studies of multiple sclerosis
Acta Neurol Scand, 132 (199), 37-41
Comments on the review article 'Time trends in the incidence and prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Norway during eight decades'
Acta Neurol Scand, 132 (5), 364-7
Genetic variants are major determinants of CSF antibody levels in multiple sclerosis
Brain, 138 (Pt 3), 632-43
High prevalence and no latitude gradient of multiple sclerosis in Norway
Mult Scler, 20 (13), 1780-2
Prevalence of multiple sclerosis among immigrants in Norway
Mult Scler, 21 (6), 695-702
No association between multiple sclerosis and periodontitis after adjusting for smoking habits
Eur J Neurol, 22 (3), 588-90
Increased disease severity in non-Western immigrants with multiple sclerosis in Oslo, Norway
Eur J Neurol, 20 (12), 1546-52
Oligoclonal bands and age at onset correlate with genetic risk score in multiple sclerosis
Mult Scler, 20 (6), 660-8
[A man with debilitating orthostatic hypotension]
Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 132 (15), 1758-61
G127R: A novel SOD1 mutation associated with rapidly evolving ALS and severe pain syndrome
Amyotroph Lateral Scler, 11 (5), 478-80
Calprotectin levels in the cerebrospinal fluid reflect disease activity in multiple sclerosis
J Neuroimmunol, 216 (1-2), 98-102