Trine E. Finnes

MD, PhD-student


Innlandet Hospital Trust, Hamar

Areas of interest

Clinical and epidemiological aspects of osteoporosis:
Osteoporosis in men/ Mortality after hip fractures/ Bone markers



Basic profession

Physician. Specialist in internal medicine and endocrinology

Academic degrees

MD, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany, 1998

Professional experience

Attending physician at Innlandet Hospital, Hamar
PhD-student from 2009, University of Oslo. Supervisor: Cathrine Lofthus. Project title: “Mortality and risk factors related to osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures – are men at increasing risk?”

Peer review

2011: Osteoporosis International


Oral presentations at 1 international scientific meeting, poster presentation at 2 international scientific meetings. Several national and local oral and poster presentations.


1. Finnes TE, Meyer HE, Falch JA, Medhus AW, Wentzel-Larsen T, Lofthus CM. Secular reduction of excess mortality in hip fracture patients >85 years. BMC Geriatrics 2013; 13(1) :25

2. Finnes TE, Lofthus CM, Meyer HE, Eriksen EF, Apalset EM, Tell GS, Torjesen P, Samuelsen SO, Holvik K. Procollagen type 1 Amino-terminal Propeptide (P1NP) and risk of hip fractures in elderly Norwegian men and women. A NOREPOS study. Bone 2014; 64: 1-7

3. Finnes TE, Lofthus CM, Meyer HE, Søgaard AJ, Tell GS, Apalset EM, Gjesdal C, Grimnes G, Schei B, Blomhoff R, Samuelsen SO, Holvik K. A combination of low serum concentrations of vitamins K1 and D is associated with increased risk of hip fractures in elderly Norwegians: a NOREPOS study. Osteoporos Int 2015 Dec 2. [Epub ahead of print]

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