Multi-disciplinary Translational Project for Improving Patient Care in Norway and Unraveling the Mysteries of Moyamoya Disease” – a multi-disciplinary prospective observational study that is lead together with the Department of Neurosurgery in in collaboration with the Department of Nuclear Medicine and Radiology. The aim is to establish a structured «one-door-in» strategy with a streamlined and state of the art diagnostic work-up and a dedicated multi-disciplinary team approach for treatment and follow-up to improve the care, safety, and outcome for moyamoya angiopathy patients in Norway. The projects is funded by Stiftelsen Dam and Odd Fellow. In collaboration with the Department of Medicial Genetics we are also running a project of etiology and patho-mechanisms in moyamoya disease.
Vaccine associated benign headache and cutaneous hemorrhage after ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine: A cohort study
J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis, 32 (1), 106860 (in press)
Major neurological complications of COVID-19 comparative features and outcome
Eur J Neurol (in press)
Monitoring following acute stroke should be improved
Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen, 142 (14)