Cardiovascular Exercise Research Group

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Cardiovascular Exercise Research Group



The Cardiovascular Exercise Research Group (CERG) was established in January 2008 and their research focuses on identifying the key cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the beneficial effects of physical exercise on the heart, arteries and skeletal muscle in the context of disease prevention and management through experimental, clinical and epidemiological studies. Since 2003 this research group organizes the biennial seminar "Exercise in Medicine" in Trondheim, Norway.

Abbreviation: CERG

Reference: CERG

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The head of CERG, Professor Ulrik Wisloff, agreed for CERG to be listed as MitoGlobal Society in December 2013.