Andre Nyberg is a senior lecturer and researcher at the Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy at Umeå University.
Bachelor's degree in health sciences, Umeå University, 2007. Bachelor's degree in physiotherapy, Umeå University, 2009. Bachelor's degree in sports medicine, Umeå University, 2011. Master's degree in physiotherapy, Umeå University, 2013. Master's degree in sports medicine, Umeå University, 2013. PhD in Physiotherapy, Umeå University, 2014.
Senior lecturer 2016/03/18-ongoing
Postdoctoral position at Umeå University, 2015/08/18-2017/05/31. Postdoctoral position at Laval University, Quebec, Canada, 2014/08/18-2017/08/17, PhD student at Umeå University 2010/01/01-2014/08/17 and as a research assistant at Umeå University, 2010/01 – 2010/06.
Been teaching since 2010 at undergraduate and masters training for physiotherapists and occupational therapists, mainly in physiology and anatomy. Taught at the master's level in the field of evidence-based medicine. Are supervisor for projects at bachelor's and master's level.
Involved and leader of research projects investigating how muscle function should be measured among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) as well as the importance of muscle function for this group of patients, e.g., investigating the relationship between different aspects of muscle function and daily life activities. My research also focuses on how exercise training, in specific resistance training, can be adapted to optimize its effects for the individual patient. Further research focuses on implementation of evidence based health promotion interventions and to facilitate the delivery of such services to people with COPD.
Development and feasibility of KOL-webben – an internet based health promotion tool directed towards people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and staff in the primary health care
Primary investigator: Karin Wadell
Intramuscular and functional effects and mechanism of partitioning the exercising muscle mass in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Primary investigator: François MaltaisClose