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Charlotte Olsson is an Associate professor in Exercise Physiology and head of the Department of Environmental and Biosciences. She is responsible for the Human Movement Laboratory within the Rydberg Laboratory at Halmstad University.
Charlotte research interests are the field of Exercise as Medicine and Exercise for Performance. This is research within the focus area Health Innovation and the research program Movement for health and performance (M4HP). Charlotte is part of the research group Exercise Biomedicine group.
High-intensity interval training for people with inflammatory disease
Active gaming - exercise for youth with a sedentary lifestyle?
Malmö youth sports study (MYSS): Physical maturity, pain, health and sports performance from youth to adult.
Swedish soldiers' physiological requirements in ground combat
Successful injury-free golf
Charlotte continuously supervises students at doctoral, master's and undergraduate levels. Currently she co-supervises 1 doctoral student. In total, she has been a supervisor and mentor to 3 Ph.D students, supervised about 15 master's theses and >30 bachelor's theses in the areas of exercise physiology, exercise training, biomedicine and health.
Master's Program: The Biomedicine of Exercise for Health, Physical Education and Performance
Basic Program: Biomedicine Specialization Exercise Physiology
Basic Program: Professional Sports Career and Working Life