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Harald L. Lindberg

Category: Executive team
Vendor: EPR forum
Item number: 6415
E-mail: hlindbe@online.no

EPR-forum is glad to have Harald as an advisor and part of our eHealth competence group dealing with new disruptive digital solutions for Hospitals and Institutions, but also in the Home care market.


Education

1964: Examen artium, Oslo Katedralskole, Norway

1970: Cand. med., University of Oslo, Norway

1970: ECFMG, Copenhagen, Denmark


Board certifications

1980: General Surgery

1986: Thoracic and Cardiovascular surgery

1986: Peripheral Vascular Surgery


Residency, training, professional appointments

1970-1971: Residency, Bærum Hospital, Norway.

1972-1973: Resident, Gyn. & Obst., Sentralsjukehuset i Akershus, Norway

1973-1979: Resident and Chief Resident, General Surgery,

Sentralsjukehuset i Hedmark, Norway

1979-1985: Resident & Chief Resident, Thoracic & Cardiovascular Surgery, Surgical Department A,The National Hospital, Oslo, Norway

1986-1991: Consultant, Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, Surgical Department A, The National Hospital, Oslo, Norway.

1991-2005: Chief of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, University of Oslo, Norway

2005-2006: Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of South Florida.

2007-2008: Chief of Section for Congenital Cardiac Surgery, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

2008-2015: Professor at University of Oslo, Chief of Section for Congenital Cardiac Surgery and Assistant Chief of Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

2015– on Professor emeritus, University of Oslo, Norway.

2016– on Working in rural parts of Norway as General Practitioner when lack of doctors is critical. So far in Hamarøy, Ibestad, Åndalsnes and Gjerstad.



Clinical research experience

1988: King Olav V Gold Medal

Title: Ung i dag og alvorlig syk.

1989: Kr.med. (Ph.D.), University of Oslo

Thesis: Early postoperative changes following cardiopulmonary bypass.

A clinical study in patients undergoing open heart surgery.

1997: Mentor of Kjell Saatvedt for PhD, Thesis concerning the Effects of

Extracorporeal Circulation in Pediatric Patients.

Project Supervisor for Eirik Pettersen, Right Ventricle as Systemic Ventricle, PhD

Project Supervisor for Erik Lyseggen, Inflammation Responses in Congenital Heart Disease, PhD.

Project Supervisor for Brith Andresen, Percutaneous vs. open-heart surgery for pulmonary valve replacement, PhD, ongoing.

Project Supervisor for Christian Neukamm, Bovine Pericardial Heart Valves as a Pulmonary Valve Replacement.

Project with Professor D.Russell and Sean Wallace, Cerebral Microcirculation during Cardiopulmonary Bypass in Children, ongoing

Project Supervisor for Lene Kathrine Rydén Suther,

3 TESLA MRI STUDY AFTER ARTERIAL SWITCH OPERATION IN PATIENTS WITH TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES


Publications

More than 100 peer reviewed publications, mainly cardiac and vascular.

Numerous national and international conference presentations and abstracts,

in the following countries: Australia, China, Russia, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Guatemala, Mexico, Canada, USA, Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, England, Scotland, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland.

Research

Areas of interest: Follow-up of Congenital Heart Surgery and Extracorporeal Circulation, especially the "total body inflammatory response", Patient safety. Databases for long-time follow-up.

Introduction of Surgical Procedures in Norway:

1983: Arterial switch procedure for TGA

1989: Koncz-Konno procedure for LVOTO

1991: Pediatric Heart transplantation

1998: Ross procedure for aortic valve disease

2003: Ross2 procedure for mitral valve disease

2007: Nikaidoh for TGA and LVOTO

International appointments.

Visiting fellow University of California, San Fransisco, (dr.Paul Ebert), 1983 and 1984

Visiting fellow University of California, Stanford,(dr. Norman Shumway), 1983

Assistant Professor in Thoracic Transplantation Surgery at Sahlgrens Hospital, Gothenburg, Sweden, initiating a Heart Transplantation Program, January – September 1988.

Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds, University of Hawaii, 1991, "Heart transplantation in Norway"

Opponent at Dissertation, The Faculty of medicine, University of Uppsala, 1994

Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds, University of New York, Buffalo, 1997, "Lung transplantation in Norway"

Post-doc clinical and research stay at King Feisal Hospital and Research Center, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1998

Awarded The Lemonosov Price, University of Arkhangels 1999 for starting Pediatric Cardiac Surgery in City Hospital no.1, Arkhangels

Post-doc clinical and research stay at Nemours Cardiac Center, (dr. William I. Norwood), 1999

Post-doc clinical and research stay at University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, 2002 and 2003.

Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, 2003, "Pediatric Cardiac Surgery in Norway

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of South Florida, 2005 – 2006.



Committees

1981-1985: Boardmember, Surgical Department, The National Hospital, Oslo, Norway.

1984-1986: Chairman, The Norwegian Association for Thoracic&Vascular Surgery (NFTVK).

1993-1996: Chairman, the Medical Council, The National Hospital, Oslo, Norway

1993-1998: Chairman, Advisory Board for Congenital Cardiac Diseases, The Royal Department of Health

2000-2004: Member of The Congenital Cardiac Domain, EACTS

2003-2010: Council Member of the European Congenital Heart Surgeons Association


International meeting arrangements

2000: ECHSA Annual Spring Meeting in Oslo

2012: ECHSA Annual Spring Meeting in Tromsø

2012: International Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease, Oslo

Charity Missions

1998-2006: Barents Cooperation, initiated by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affair by Thorvald Stoltenberg at City Hospital no1 in Archangels, Russia, starting new program for surgery for congenital heart disease.

2012-on Bustamante Hospital in Jamaica, led by professor Jeffrey P. Jacobs, USA

Memberships

The Norwegian Medical Association

The Norwegian Surgical Association

The Norwegian Association for Cardiology

The Norwegian Association for Thoracic and Vascular Surgery

The Scandinavian Association for Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery

The Scandinavian Association for Extracorporeal Technology

European Association for Heart and Lung Transplantation

European Association for Cardiothoracic Surgery

European Congenital Heart Surgeons Association

Congenital Heart Surgeons Society

Society of Thoracic Surgeons

World Society for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery

American Association for Thoracic Surgery


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