Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Diurnal rhythm in British Antarctic personnel

Anette  Harris

Anette Harris

qualifications: MSc

contribution: literature review, input data, statistical analysis, wrote the first draft

position: Research fellow

Norway

PhD student. Main topic is stress, restitution and health. Measure cortisol and health in differnt population (normal population, shift workers, and personnel working in isolated and extreme environment like Antarctic and oil rig)


Peter  Marquis

Peter Marquis

qualifications: BA(Hons)

contribution: original concept, designed the project, collected data, supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: BASMU Manager


Hege R Eriksen

Hege Eriksen

qualifications: PhD

contribution: original concept, designed the project, devised survey tool, contributed to drafts

position: Research director, professor


Iain  Grant

Iain Grant

qualifications: FRCSEd

contribution: original concept, designed the project, devised survey tool, supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: Senior medical officer


Richard  Corbett

Richard Corbett

qualifications: BM BCh

contribution: collected data, supplied data, supervised data collection, contributed to drafts

position: BASMU medical officer


S A Lie

S Lie

qualifications: PhD

contribution: statistical analysis, contributed to drafts

position: Bio-statistician


H  Ursin

H Ursin

qualifications: MD, PhD

contribution: original concept, designed the project, devised survey tool, supervised data collection, contributed to drafts, Supervisor for the first author

position: Senior Researcher, Professor Emeritus


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