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Formidlingsprisen 2022 fra Norsk nevrologisk forening til Anne Hege Aamodt

Anne Hege Aamodt
Anne Hege Aamodt

Anne Hege Aamodt er tildelt Formidlingsprisen 2022 fra Norsk nevrologisk forening for sitt formidable arbeid med å fremme norsk nevrologi både nasjonalt og internasjonalt.

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Formidlingsprisen 2022 gikk til Anne Hege Aamodt

Informasjon om studien på NRK P1+, frokostradioen 11.1.22: Hjernehelse ved covid-19

Oppdatering om hjernehelse, korona og den norske nevrocovid-studien på NRK P1 Pluss.

Prosjektleder Anne Hege Aamodt var invitert som frokostgjest 11. januar 2022 for å fortelle om nevrologiske komplikasjoner ved covid-19 og den norske nevrocovid-studien.

Programinformasjon
De fleste som blir rammet av Covid-19 blir kvitt symptomene raskt, men noen pasienter kan få langvarige nevrologiske skader. Gjest: Anne Hege Aamodt 
Link til sendingen (11.01.2022 · 1 t 55 min)

Fra Nevrologisk Tidsskrift, 24.01.2022: Hver tiende får langvarige plager etter covid-19

Mens en av tre får hjernerelaterte symptomer i akuttfasen ved covid-19, har hver tiende symptomer mer enn tre måneder etter å ha hatt covid-19. Hos mange av dem er nevrologiske manifestasjoner en vesentlig forklaring.

Link til artikkelen:
Hver tiende får langvarige plager etter covid-19 (Nevrologisk Tidsskrift, 24.01.2022)

Vinnere av Christmas Challenge

Teamet i Oslo som er vist under var en av vinnerne av Christmas Challenge i denne internasjonale multisenterstudien som undersøker effekten av trombektomi av store hjerneinfarkter.

Studien ledes fra Heidelberg og foregår i en rekke land i Europa og Canada. Anne Hege Aamodt er nasjonal leder av studien i Norge og PI ved OUS.

First row – Study nurse Christina Kefaloykos, Anne Hege Aamodt and Erika Hallerstig – our young colleague who recruited the patient in December.
Second row- Brian Enriquez (neurologist, helping with blinded follow-up assssments), Bjørn Tennøe (Head of the neuroradiologists and one of two INRs directly involved in the TENSION trial), Stephen J Ryan (neurologist, helping with blinded follow-up assssments).
Mona Skjelland, Terje Nome Karolina Skagen were not available.

The Norwegian Neurological Association celebrating 100 years!

On the 29th of October 2020 the Norwegian Neurological Association is having a virtual national meeting on the 100th anniversary of the association. where a session with Covid-19 is included. 
 
On October 29 at 12-16.30, the 100th anniversary of the Norwegian Neurological Association will be with with a virtual meeting at Zoom. There will be lectures about Covid-19 and the brain with Michael Zandi from Queen Square in London and Prof Hanne F.  Harbo, the Head of the Department of Neurology at Oslo University Hospital in collaboration with the other  Norwegian neurological departments. There will also be an anniversary celebration with the launch of the anniversary book and the awarding of a number of prestigious prizes. Aamodt has been the president of the Norwegian Neurological Association since 2014 and is the chair of the meeting. Registration to the meeting is here: https://www.legeforeningen.no/kurs/2020/9/34188/
For more information: www.nevrologi.no

5th European Stroke Organisation Conference (EOC), Milan, 22-24 May 2019. ESOC The European Stroke Organisation Conference

The NOR-FIB study is presented at two sessions during ESOC with new data from the biomarker study and updated data on the inclusion of participants. Many of the investigators participated at the Investigator meeting during the first day of the congress.

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EAN Investigator Award 2018 to Anne Hege Aamodt

Anne Hege Aamodt, manager of ECRI, was during the EAN conference given the "EAN Investigator Award 2018" for her presentasjonen entitled "Effect and safety of tenecteplase in stroke patients with atrial fibrillation".

Investigator Award Winners 2018

EAN congress Lisbon 2018 homepage

June 16-19 2018 The 4th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology in Lisbon

At the 4th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology in Lisbon (EAN 2018) three studies were presented from the group. 
 
Gry Grønli had an ePresentation from a single centre study on cerebral venous thrombosis from Oslo University Hospital. PhD student Anna T. Lambert presented data from the pilot study of NOR-FIB at an oral session and Anne Hege Aamodt presented data with atrial fibrillation in NOR-TEST study.
 
Both NOR-FIB and NOR-TEST were selected for the highlight session of the congress. Next year the congress is in Oslo and a lot of preparation for the congress was done in Lisbon both by the local organising committee and by the Norwegian Neurological Association which Anne Hege Aamodt is the president of. You can find more information on the EAN2018 here: https://www.ean.org/oslo2019/