Research & Publications
Dr. Rogne is a medical doctor and researcher who focuses on perinatal, infectious disease and genetic epidemiology, with the former being at the core of his ongoing and future projects. To tackle clinically relevant questions, he applies modern methods ranging from instrumental variable analyses and inverse-probability weighting to mediation and genome-wide association analyses. Also, Dr. Rogne places emphasis on using high-quality data, in particular by use of data from population based cohorts and national registries, along with individual level data for meta-analysis in systematic reviews. Some of the ongoing research includes evaluating the genetic susceptibility to sepsis, the causal effect of vitamin B12 supplementation during pregnancy on offspring outcomes, and how being born preterm affects the risk of cardiovascular and infectious diseases in adulthood.
Education & Training
- Postdoctoral ScholarNorwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU (2021)
- Fulbright ScholarYale School of Public Health (2019)
- ResidencyAkershus University Hospital and Ski Municipality (2018)
- PhDNorwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU (2016)
- MDNorwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU (2015)
- Research and teaching at Yale School of Public HealthNew Haven, United States 2021
- Research collaboration with the Norwegian Institute of Public HealthOslo, Norway 2020
- Teaching and leading course for general practitionersOppdal, Norway; Bodø, Norway 2016Course leader and lecturer at "Grunnkurs D", a mandatory 4-day course on evidence-based medicine and research for medical doctors seeking a specialization in general practice.
- Research collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNUTrondheim, Norway 2008Research collaboration and location for MD/PhD education and training.
Honors & Recognition
|Tom Wilhelmsen Foundation’s Research Stipend||2013|
|The Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association||Medical research advisor||2017 - Present|