Hans Nossent

Professor

  • The University of Western Australia (M503), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Personal profile

Languages

Dutch
Norwegian/Scandinavian
German and some French

Previous positions

2012-2014: Consultant Rheumatology, Royal Darwin Hospital ,NT

2004-2012: Full Professor of Medicine/Conultant Rheumatology at University (Hospital) of Tromso, Norway

1998-2004: Associate Prof Medicine/Consultant Rheumatology at University (Hospital) of Tromso, Norway

1996-1997 : Consultant Internal Medicine, Vefsn Hosital Mosjoen, Norway

1994-1995 : Chief resident Rheumatology Dept, LUMC, Netherlands

1991-1994:  Consultant Internal Medicine in St Elisabeth Hopsital, Curacao /St Rose Hospital in St Martin, Neth Antilles

1987-1990: PhD scholarship Reumafonds , Daniel den Hoed Clinic, Rotterdam, Netherlands 

Roles and responsibilities

1. Winthrop Professor of Rheumatology at UWA
2. Clinical academic consultant position at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

Special interest/expertise in the diagnosis and management of systemic autoimmune diseases.

Research interest in the clinical epidemiology of systemic autoimmune diseaseas well as the development of translational studies into diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers (genetic/serological)  for these conditions.

Industrial relevance

Insight into the use/need for biomarkers for the diagnosis and prognosis in systemic autoimmune diseases

Education/Academic qualification

University of Amsterdam

Award Date: 19 Sep 1990

Research expertise keywords

  • Lupus
  • ,Ankylosing Spondylitis,
  • Vasculitis
  • Disease registries

Industry keywords

  • Diagnostics
  • Health

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Research Output

Increased von Willebrand factor levels in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus reflect inflammation rather than increased propensity for platelet activation

Nossent, J. C., Raymond, W. D. & Eilertsen, G. Ø., 1 Jun 2016, In : Lupus. 3, 1, 7 p., e000162.

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