Siri Marie Solbakken

Medical student at the Research Programme, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo

Workplace:

Institute of Health and Society, University of Oslo

Areas of interest:

Seasonal variation in hip fracture risk
Mortality following hip fracture
Lifestyle factors and bone mineral density (BMD) measurements

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Professional experience

2013 – Research Programme at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo
2013 IFMSA Research Exchange, Universidad de Chile: “Oxidative stress levels in the pulmonary circulation of neonates gestated under chronic hypoxia at the Andean highlands”
2011 – Medical studies, University of Oslo
2011 Law and Military Power, Ethics and Military Power – Courses at The Norwegian Defence University College
2009-2011 Officer Candidate School, Garrison of South Varanger, the Norwegian Army

Affiliations

2012 – Board member- responsible for economics. Oslo Emergency Medicine Student Association
2012 Board member- responsible for education. Oslo Emergency Medicine Student Association
2012-2013 Student Representative. Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo

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Publications

Solbakken SM, Meyer HE, Stigum H, Søgaard AJ, Holvik K, Magnus JH, Omsland TK. Excess mortality following hip fracture: impact of self-perceived health, smoking, and body mass index. A NOREPOS study. Osteoporos Int 2016 Oct 7 [Epub ahead of print]

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Solbakken SM, Magnus JH, Meyer HE, Emaus N, Tell GS, Holvik K, Grimnes G, Forsmo S, Schei B, Søgaard AJ, Omsland TK. Impact of comorbidity, age, and gender on seasonal variation in hip fracture incidence. A NOREPOS study. Arch Osteoporos 2014;9:191.

Siri M. Solbakken, Jeanette H. Magnus, Haakon E. Meyer, Nina Emaus, Grethe S. Tell, Kristin Holvik, Guri Grimnes, Siri Forsmo, Berit Schei, Anne Johanne Søgaard, Tone K. Omsland: Impact of season and comorbidity on hip fracture incidence. A NOREPOS study. WCO-IOF-ESCEO, Seville, April 2nd – 5th 2014

Alejandro González-Candia, Marcelino Véliz, Siri Marie Solbakken, Sebastián Quezada, Santiago Ramirez, Claudio Araya, Germán Ebensperger, Emilio A. Herrera. Prenatal melatonin improves systemic and cerebrovascular function in neonatal lambs gestated under chronic hypoxia. 40th FNPS 2013–Puerto Varas, Chile, Sept 1st – 4th 2013

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