Jan Stubberud

Associate Professor II
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Mobile phone +47-95104217
Available hours By agreement
Visiting address Lovisenberg DPS Hagegata 32 0653 Oslo
Postal address Psykologisk institutt Postboks 1094 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Academic interests

  • Cognitive rehabilitation/remediation in psychiatric disorders and brain injuries

  • Neuropsychological aspects after brain injury

  • Neuropsychological aspects in psychiatric disorders

  • Intervention research

  • Executive function

  • Neuropsychological assessment methods

  • Theory of mind

  • Social communication

  • Fatigue


  • COgnitive REhabilitation in pediatric Acquired Brain Injury (CORE pABI). A randomized controlled study

  • Cognitive remediation of executive dysfunction for patients with schizophrenia or high risk for schizophrenia

  • Goal Management Training of executive functions in persons with active and remitted major depression: A randomized controlled trial

  • Biopsychosocial reactions after stroke

  • Group based treatment for persons with social communication disorder: A randomized controlled trial

  • Goal Management Training (GMT) Targeting Cognitive Regulatory Abilities in Adults with ADHD

  • Goal Management Training combined with external cuing and an emotional regulation module in the chronic phase of acquired brain injury. A randomized controlled trial

  • Cognitive rehabilitation of executive dysfunction in children with spina bifida and acquired brain injuries. A pilot study


2017 →          Associate Professor II. University of Oslo 

2017 –           Project leader. Oslo University Hospital

2015 –           Neuropsychologist/researcher. Lovisenberg Diaconal Hospital

2005 – 2015: Neuropsychologist/researcher. Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital (SRH)

2011 – 2014: Philosophiae doctor (PhD). University of Oslo

2011:             Specialist in clinical neuropsychology

2004 – 2005: Neuropsychologist. Sørlandet Hospital                                                                       

2002 – 2003: Master degree in Psychology. Aarhus University, Denmark

1999 – 2001: Bachelor of Arts (Psychology). University of Newcastle, Australia


  • 2016: Finalist for the Norman and Margaret Guthkelch Research Award

  • 2016: Co-author best poster prize at SRHSB conference

  • 2015: Nominated for the PhD of the year award

  • 2014: European Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine Prize Award (third place)


2017 – Chair of the specialist committee neuropsychology, Psych. Assn. (NPF)

2011 – Course manager specialization program for neuropsychology (NPF)

2014 – 2015: Head of thematic research group for rare disorders at SRH

2013 – 2015: Head of cognitive rehabilitation expertise group at SRH


Collaborates with relevant research groups in Norway (Haukeland University Hospital, Innlandet Hospital Trust, NORMENT Centre for Psychosis Research, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, K.G. Jebsen Centre for Research on Neuropsychiatric Disorders, Oslo University Hospital, St. Olavs Hospital, Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, University of Bergen), USA/Canada (Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest, Rusk Rehabilitation, University of Toronto, University of Yale) and Europe (Hôpitaux de Saint Maurice, King’s College London, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, University of Glasgow). 

Tags: Cognitive psychology, Cognitive neuroscience
Published Aug. 4, 2017 4:22 PM - Last modified Aug. 8, 2017 8:54 AM