Anne Marit Mengshoel, Professor at the University of Oslo and member of the Critical Physiotherapy Network, is offering a two-year postdoctoral scholarship in Musculoskeletal disorders: Recovery from fibromyalgia. The project is a collaboration between the university and the EU and allows for the successful candidate to stay for one year in Oslo and one year at their home University funded by the University of Oslo.
For further information about the Scientia Fellow postdoctoral program, follow this link.
Anne Marit has provided some more information about her research, department and institute:
Our department is multidisciplinary, including staff with backgrounds in nursing, physiotherapy, sociology, philosophy of science, and medicine. The department is part of the Institute of Health and Society which has a particular focus on primary health services, public and global health. The Institute is engaged in the professional education in medicine and running several master programs. At our department we are responsible for a master program in interdisciplinary health sciences, but we also give lectures in our PhD program. The Medical Faculty is about to start a new postdoctoral program headed by an employee at our department. We are also engaged in the Saccade project – a collaboration between the University of Oslo and the Jimma University in Etiopia – where I have just become a co-supervisor for one incoming PhD-student. Recently, I became an appointed member of a EU Cost Network about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and I am in my second year as a Panel Member of Professorships at NIHR, UK – Neither of this information is included in my website yet. But for further information about my interests, please visit my University website:
For more information, please feel free to contact me.
With best regards
Anne Marit Mengshoel
Dep of Health Sciences
Institute of Health and Society
University of Oslo