Oslo universitetssykehus HF

Oslo universitetssykehus HF,


Consultant Pathologist in non-neoplastic renal, pulmonary, and cardiac pathology


Oslo universitetssykehus HF

Sognsvannsveien 20
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Patologisk anatomi og cytologi
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Department of Pathology, Oslo University Hospital

Would you like to join our dedicated team working with non-neoplastic renal, pulmonary, and cardiac pathology (native and transplanted organs)?

We offer a full time permanent position as a consultant pathologist at the Department of Pathology at Oslo University Hospital. We are looking for a pathologist with diagnostic experience or a sincere interest in one or several of the above-mentioned fields. The renal, pulmonary, and cardiac pathology group includes five enthusiastic colleagues working closely together in modern environments with first class equipment, delivering diagnostic work according to high international standards. Oslo University hospital is the largest hospital in Norway and provides extensive regional and local hospital assignments and high quality medical services for the citizens of Oslo. The hospital is also in charge of a number of national and multi-regional assignments including transplantation services. Learn more  Oslo university hospital.

Our department is staffed with 50 consultant pathologists and 20 residents. The pathologists work in diagnostic groups, located on three different sites in Oslo. Moreover, the department includes an active research section producing more than 100 scientific publications a year. OUH - Department of Pathology (ous-research.no)

You will join 20 consultant pathologists at the site Rikshospitalet, comprising five diagnostic groups focusing on the following:

  • Non-neoplastic renal, pulmonary, and cardiac pathology
  • Gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary and pancreatic pathology
  • Pediatric solid tumors, head and neck pathology and cytology
  • Dermatopathology
  • Neuropathology 

Further inquiries? Please send a mail to head of section Anne Kristina Myrvold, MD: uxkrmy@ous-hf.no 

Oslo University Hospital is a workplace with great diversity. We believe this is essential to perform the tasks required of us. Therefore, we pursue diversity among our job applicants and encourage everyone to apply regardless of who you are and what background you have.

Main duties of the job

  • Routine surgical pathology
  • Participation in multi-disciplinary team meetings
  • Participation in the transplantation surveillance shift (home-based on call service)
  • Supervision of residents/ junior staff
  • Participation in quality audits aiming at continuous improvement 


  • Licensed physician (MD), qualified for license issued by Norwegian health authorities
  • Registered specialist in surgical pathology. Medical doctors who are about to complete their
  • pecialist training in pathology are also welcome to apply
  • Experience in one or several of the following fields: non-neoplastic renal pathology,
  • ulmonary pathology, cardiac pathology (both native organs and transplants)  
  • Language skills: fluent in English or a Scandinavian language

Personal skills

  • Highly motivated and dedicated
  • Team-player
  • A friendly and supportive colleague who contributes to a good work environment

We offer

  • Opportunity to work in a specialized department with a broad range of samples and diagnostic modalities 
  • A social and professionally stimulating environment
  • Study leave of 4 months duration per every 5 working years
  • Start date by further agreement

Sognsvannsveien 20, 0372 Oslo, NorwayMap Open directions


Anne Kristina Myrvold
Head of section
 +47 480 00 211

Oslo University Hospital is a highly specialized hospital in charge of extensive regional and local hospital assignments. As Scandinavias largest hospital, we carry out more than 1.2 million patient treatments each year. The hospital has a nationwide responsibility for a number of national and multi-regional assignments, and has several national centers of competence. Oslo University Hospital is responsible for approximately 50 percent of all medical and health care research conducted at Norwegian hospitals, and is a significant role player within the education of a large variety of health care personnel. 

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