Hanne Bendiksen Skogvold

  • PhD Student; MSc

Education

  • MSc in Analytical Chemistry, University of Oslo, Norway
  • BSc in Engineering (Biotechnology and chemistry), Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway

Affiliation

– Associated member of:

  • Department of Medical Biochemistry, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

Research Summary

Hanne works with analytical method development and metabolomics. Her bachelor thesis involved method development for metabolomics analysis of dried blood spots using LC-QTOF MS. Hanne's master thesis investigated optimizing mass spectrometric parameters for metabolomics analysis of dried blood spots using LC-Orbitrap MS. She is currently working on her PhD, in which metabolomics is used as a tool in clinical research and diagnostics.

Work Experience

  • 2018 July-December: Engineer at the Department of Medical Biochemistry, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
  • 2018 January-June: Research Assistant at the Department of Mechanical, Electronic and Chemical Engineering, Oslo Metropolitan University + Department of Medical Biochemistry, Oslo University Hospital, Norway
  • 2017 August-December: Engineer at the Department of Medical Biochemistry, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

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Publications 2022

Böhm HO, Yazdani M, Sandås EM, Østeby Vassli A, Kristensen E, Rootwelt H, Skogvold HB, Brodtkorb E, Elgstøen KBP (2022)
Global Metabolomics Discovers Two Novel Biomarkers in Pyridoxine-Dependent Epilepsy Caused by ALDH7A1 Deficiency
Int J Mol Sci, 23 (24)
DOI 10.3390/ijms232416061, PubMed 36555701

Publications 2021

Bendiksen Skogvold H, Yazdani M, Sandås EM, Østeby Vassli A, Kristensen E, Haarr D, Rootwelt H, Elgstøen KBP (2021)
A pioneer study on human 3-nitropropionic acid intoxication: Contributions from metabolomics
J Appl Toxicol, 42 (5), 818-829
DOI 10.1002/jat.4259, PubMed 34725838

Skogvold HB, Sandås EM, Østeby A, Løkken C, Rootwelt H, Rønning PO, Wilson SR, Elgstøen KBP (2021)
Bridging the Polar and Hydrophobic Metabolome in Single-Run Untargeted Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Dried Blood Spot Metabolomics for Clinical Purposes
J Proteome Res, 20 (8), 4010-4021
DOI 10.1021/acs.jproteome.1c00326, PubMed 34296888

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