Experience; personal qualities: I had worked in the fisheries and aquaculture industries in Norway and abroad for more than 10 years before I joined on the fisheries candidate programme at the University of Tromsø in the autumn of 1999. In addition, I studied fisheries and aquaculture at school. After completing my master’s thesis in the spring of 2004, I worked as an assistant professor at the Norwegian College of Fishery Science from 2004 to 2006, During this period I taught production technology, fisheries chemistry and aquaculture technology; fields which I was involved with during the entire course of study for my PhD from the fall of 2006 until the summer of 2011. In June 2011 I defended my thesis titled “Quantification and characterisation of residual blood in fish muscle”, which examined the various unit operations involved in the slaughter of fish and what effects they have on bleeding and muscle quality.
In addition, it highlighted the possibility of using an objective and rapid method for measuring residual blood in the fish muscle based on visual and near-infrared spectroscopy. I am able to work independently and manage large volumes of work effectively. I am service-orientated, have excellent collaboration and communication skills, have a string focus om processes and administration, am able to perform under stress. In addition, I am very flexible with regard to any new opportunities in my job. I would be happy to contribute to teaching and supervision if needed.

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