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educator , Clinical neurophysiologist

Erik Valdemar Stålberg, Swedish clinical neurophysiologist, educator. Recipient Mangberg's award Umea (Sweden) University, 1994.

Background

Stålberg, Erik Valdemar was born on April 21, 1936 in Skellefteå, Sweden. Son of Frans Valdemar and Amanda Karolina (Vikström) Stålberg.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Uppsala (Sweden) University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, Uppsala (Sweden) University, 1966.

Career

Resident in internal medicine Uppsala University, assistant professor clinical neurophysiology, 1967-1977, associate professor clinical neurophysiology, 1977-1991, professor, chairman department clinical neurophysiology, since 1991.

Membership

Fellow Royal College Physicians. Member Swedish Society Clinical Neurophysiology (president 1982-1983), American Association Electrodiagnostic Medicine (board directors 1988-1990, Distinguished Research award 1994, Lifetime Achievement award 1999), Royal Swedish Science Society, Swedish Medical Association (Thureus' award 1994, Ingvar award 1996), Lions Club (charter president 1972), Slovene Academy of Sciences and Art (correspondent member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sailing, travel.

Connections

Married Eva Birgit Maria Lögdberg, June 23, 1961. Children: Stefan, Peter, Annika.

father:
Frans Valdemar Stålberg

mother:
Amanda Karolina (Vikström) Stålberg

spouse:
Eva Birgit Maria Lögdberg

children:
Stefan Stålberg

Peter Stålberg

Annika Stålberg