St. Olavs Hospital is one of the four Norwegian
Study Sites that are within the European Huntington’s disease Network (EHDN).
We include patients with HD as well as their family members in the Registry
study, the core study of the Network.
The department of Neurology and
Clinical Neurophysiology and the Section for Medical Genetics (policlinic) are
collaborating together with the registration of participants. At the department
for Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology neurologist Sigrid Botne Sando is
doing a short standard Neurological examination while genetic counsellor Inga
Bjørnevoll, is doing other clinical examination in order to complete the
For more information about St.
Olavs hospital in general, please visit our web-site at: www.stolav.no
MSc Inga Bjørnevoll
genetic Counsellor, Co-Investigator, Cognitive Rater, Psychiatric Behavioural Rater Trondheim University Hospital, Medical Genetics Unit Helse Midt-Norge
Forsyningssenteret , 5.et 7006 Trondheim Norge
Information and Appointments
For more detailed information and
for appointments for enrolment in REGISTRY, you can contact the Study Site
contact Inga Bjørnevoll at all times.
How to get to us
St. Olav Hospital is located in the middle of the city of Trondheim. You can reach the St.Olav Hospital directly from the Trondheim Airport by the using the Airport busses and any other busses going through Trondheim stop right in front of the Hospital. The bus stop is called “Studentersamfunnet”. Some busses even drive into the hospital area.
The Department for Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology is situated at the building “Nevro-Øst”.
Postal address: St. Olavs Hospital, Olav Kyrres gate 17, 7006 Trondheim Visit address: Edvard Griegs gate 8, 7030 Trondheim
Section for Medical Genetics (policlinic) Visitors address: Forsyningssenteret, Prinsesse Kristinas gate 5, 5th. floor Postal address: Postboks 3250 Sluppen, 7006 Trondheim