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Prof. Monica A Sundset

Professor in animal physiology at Department of Arctic and Marine Biology (In the Research Group Arctic Chronobiology and Physiology), UiT – The Arctic University of Norway, Norway

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Background Monica has been with this research group since 1988. First as a young biology student, completing her Cand mag (BSc) in 1990, and then continuing to do her Cand Scient (MSc) on the digestive physiology of minke whales i 1992. She became a full faculty member (associate professor) 1997, and defended her Dr philos (PhD) in 2000 on microbial digestion in minke whales and reindeer. Monica spent one year as a visiting scientist at Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA (2001-2002). She was the Vice Dean of Education at Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics (BFE), UiT – The Arctic University of Norway (2010-2018). Completed The Dean School of The Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions (Dekanskolen, UHR) 2012-201…

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