Einar August Høgestøl

Associate Professor - Kognitiv- og nevropsykologi
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Visiting address Domus Medica Gaustadalléen 34 0372 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1094 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Academic interests

  • Advanced MRI imaging markers in MS 

  • Biomarkers and MS 

  • Personlized treatment for MS patients

Background

Einar August Høgestøl has a medical degree from University of Oslo in 2012. He then spent 1,5 year at the neurosurgical department at Oslo University Hospital, before he started his PhD project in the MS group as a clinician. He defended his PhD project titled "MRI- and other biomarkers in early multiple sclerosis" in October 27th 2020. He also works as a Doctor in training at the Department of Neurology at Oslo University Hospital and regularly sees MS patients.

Partners

He is also an associate professor with the EU-funded BRAINMINT project at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo and NORMENT (https://www.med.uio.no/norment/english/ [Open URL]). He has many ongoing projects in collaboration with the Brain Imaging group lead by Professor Lars T. Westlye.

As for international collaboration he is involved in projects within the MAGNIMS consortium, in addition to specific collaborations with Karolinska Hospital in Sweden and VU Universitet in Amsterdam.

Tags: Cognitive neuroscience, genetics

Publications

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  • Nygaard, Gro Owren; Torgauten, Hilde Marie; Skattebøl, Lars; Høgestøl, Einar August; Sowa, Piotr & Myhr, Kjell-Morten [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2022). Risk of fingolimod rebound after switching to cladribine or rituximab in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders. ISSN 2211-0348. 62. doi: 10.1016/j.msard.2022.103812.
  • Kaufmann, Tobias; van der Meer, Dennis; Doan, Nhat Trung; Schwarz, Emanuel; Lund, Martina Jonette & Agartz, Ingrid [Show all 97 contributors for this article] (2020). Publisher Correction: Common brain disorders are associated with heritable patterns of apparent aging of the brain (Nature Neuroscience, (2019), 22, 10, (1617-1623), 10.1038/s41593-019-0471-7). Nature Neuroscience. ISSN 1097-6256. 23(2). doi: 10.1038/s41593-019-0553-6.
  • Bos, Steffan Daniel; Brorson, Ina Skaara; Høgestøl, Einar August; Berge, Tone; Saez-Rodriguez, Julio & Uccelli, Antonio [Show all 9 contributors for this article] (2018). Multiple Sclerosis genetic burden score in a systems biology study of MS patients from four countries.
  • Berge, Tone; Eriksson, Anna; Brorson, Ina Skaara; Høgestøl, Einar August; Harbo, Hanne Flinstad & Bos, Steffan Daniel [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2018). Proteomic profiling of T cells from multiple sclerosis patients and healthy controls.
  • Zubizarreta, Irati; de Rosbo, Nicole Kerlero; Rinas, Melanie; Høgestøl, Einar August; de Rodez Benavent, Sigrid Aune & Bos, Steffan Daniel [Show all 17 contributors for this article] (2018). The Sys4MS project: Personalizing health care in Multiple Sclerosis using systems medicine tools .
  • Berge, Tone; Brorson, Ina Skaara; Høgestøl, Einar August; Bos, Steffan Daniel; Harbo, Hanne Flinstad & Berven, Frode (2018). Proteomic profiling of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells from multiple sclerosis patients and healthy controls.
  • Eriksson, Anna; Brorson, Ina Skaara; Høgestøl, Einar August; Bos, Steffan Daniel; Harbo, Hanne Flinstad & Berven, Frode [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2018). Proteomic profiling of CD4+ T cells from MS patients show increased activity of T cell activation pathways (compared to healthy controls) .
  • Berge, Tone; Eriksson, Anna; Brorson, Ina Skaara; Høgestøl, Einar August; Bos, Steffan Daniel & Harbo, Hanne Flinstad [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2018). Proteomic profiling of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells from multiple sclerosis patients and healthy controls.

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