Christine Rootwelt-Norberg receives Young Investigator Award

EuroEcho is the annual congress of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI). Every year they highlight some of the brightest young researchers. In the category Clinical Science, Dr. Christine Rootwelt-Norberg received the 2021 Young Investigator Award

Published 7/8/2024
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Associate Professor Kristina Haugaa (left) and Doctoral Research Fellow Christine Rootwelt-Norberg (right) after she received the award. Image: Maria Ruud, ProCardio.

Dr. Christine Rootwelt Norberg presented with the title: Disease progression rate is a strong predictor of venrticular arrhytmias in patients with cardiac laminopathy in a prospective cohort study.

Unfortunately, the congress had to be held online due to the pandemic, but the full scientific program was streamed in a live online format, with many opportunities to network and exchange with colleagues and presenters.

Read a full interview with Christine Rootwelt-Norberg about her research and the prize on the UiO webside (Institute of Clinical Medicine/UiO.no)

Other members of ProCardio also presented their abstracts in different scientific sessions at EuroEcho:

  • Dr. Marianne Forså - Sex differences in athlete's heart are evident from early adolescence
  • Dr. Isotta Castrini - Pregnancy history and long-term progression of cardiomyopathy in LMNA genotype-positive women
  • Dr. Esra Kaya - Pre-intervention Left Ventricular Mechanical Dispersion is increased in patients in need for pacemaker after TAV
  • Dr. Kristoffer Andresen - No signs of diffuse myocardial fibrosis by T1 mapping in male elite endurance athletes