Head of Department, Professor in Exercise Physiology
Skeletal muscle adaptations to training and inactivit, endurance training and the effect on metabolism, muscle hypertrophy and the role of testosterone, carbohydrate and protein supplementation for optimizing endurance performance.
Lecturer in metabolisme.
Main responsibility for Master in Sport Sciences, field of study Sport and Physical Performance.
Klavs Madsen is Head of Department and Professor in Exercise Physiology, Department of Physical Performance at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (NIH), Olso, Norway.
His research is focused in cell biology, physiology and biochemistry of skeletal muscle. He investigates the underlying mechanisms of skeletal muscle adaptations to training and inactivity with specific attention to carbohydrate and fat metabolism, muscle growth and muscle waste using mainly a whole-body approach.
The research concentrates on human endurance capacity, both in a performance and health perspective.