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Astrid Noklebye HEIBERG

physician , politician , Professor , psychiatrist , member of the Parliament of Norway

Astrid Nøklebye Heiberg is a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party, and a professor of medicine.

Background

HEIBERG, Astrid Noklebye was born on April 14, 1936 in Oslo, Norway. Daughter of Andreas Noklebye and Else Noklebye (née Holt).

Education

University, Oslo, doctor, 1962. University, Oslo, Specialist in Psychiatry, 1969. University, Oslo, Doctor of Medicine, 1980.

Spoken languages: English, German, French.

Career

State Secretary, Social Services Department, 1981-1985. Member of Storting, 1985-1989. Minister, Consumer and Administration Department, since 1986.

Leader. Conservative Women’s National Federation, 1985-1989. Running for Mayor of Oslo, 1991. Professional career: professor, Oslo University, 1981 -.

Membership

Heiberg was vice-chairwoman of the Conservative Party from 1990 to 1991 and member of the Norwegian Parliament from 1985 to 1989.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Social and family politics, equal rights.

Connections

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father:
Andreas Noklebye

mother:
Else Noklebye (née Holt)

spouse:
Arvid Heiberg