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Henrik Bo Wiberg Larsson

Professor, Consultant, DMSc

Ndr. Ringvej 57

Bygning: Department of Clinical Physiology, Nuclear Medicine and PET

2600 Glostrup

Danmark

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Kort præsentation

Consultant in Clinical Physiology, Nuclear Medicine and PET, Rigshospitalet & Professor in Experimental and Clinical Physiology, University of Copenhagen. 

Ansættelser

2008-: Professor in Experimental and Clinical Physiology, Faculty of Health Science, University of Copenhagen.

2010-2014 Member of the Ethical Committee for the Capital Region.

2013-2016 Principal professor (ordførende professor) in Clinical Physiology and Nuclear Medicine, Institute of Clinical Medicine, University of Copenhagen.

2014-: Professor II, Department of Circulation and Medical Imaging, The Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway.

2015-: Head of Functional Imaging Unit, Consultant in Clinical Physiology, Nuclear Medicine and PET, Rigshospitalet, Rigshospitalet-Glostrup.

Undervisnings- og vejledningsområder

Supervisor for 26 PhD and Master Students since 1995. At present supervisor of one Post Doc, involved in measurement of the blood brain barrier permeability in MS patients and one PhD student involved in methodological development of MR methods capable of measuring cerebral perfusion and oxygen consumption. Co-supervisor for 4 PhD students.  

Primære forskningsområder

Collaboration with professor I Awad, The University of Chicago Medicine, USA; Associated professor I Galea, University of Southampton, UK; and Dr. S Maier, University of Freiburg, GE.  

Primære forskningsområder

Articles in peer reviewed journals: 169. Total number of printed contributions to peer reviewed conference proceedings more than: 200. Other publications: 21 incl. one book in tracer kinetic theory.

Web of Science: Larsson HBW as author: H-factor 45. Sum of times cited: 7217, Sum of times cited without self-citation: 6962 .

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