Ingegerd Frøyshov Larsen
Norwegian internist (f), born August 2, 1937, Oslo.
Biography of Ingegerd Frøyshov Larsen
Ingegerd Larsen graduated from the gymnasium in Hønefoss in 1956 and qualified in medicine from the University of Oslo in 1962. She spent her internship at various hospitals in Norway and trained in paediatrics at Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, 1964 to 1965. From 1965 to 1969 she was head of the mother and child clinic run by the Norwegian Refugee Council in Amman, Jordan. She has held a research position at the Institute of Internal Medicine and from 1987 she is head physician in the medical department of Lovisenberg sykehus, Oslo.
Besides medical topics she has written articles on art history. She is married to Øyvind Larsen, professor of medical history at the University of Oslo. They have two children.
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