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Hilde Moseby Berge is MD from the University of Oslo from 1995, and has a specialty in family medicine from 2005. She was authorized as a Sports Medicine Physician (Idrettslege NIMF) by the Norwegian Society of Sports Medicine in 2006.

In 2014 she defended her PhD-thesis on "The Norwegian athletes’ heart - Cardiac screening of 595 professional soccer players".

Hilde has worked as consultant physician at the Norwegian Institute of Sports Medicine, and as a doctor at Norway Cup for ten years. She has earlier worked as a primary care physician and with different projects at the Department of General Practice and Community Medicine, Section for General Practice at the University of Oslo.

Hilde is active in the sports medicine community as an earlier Board Member of the Norwegian Sports Medicine Association and President of the Scandinavian Foundation of Medicine & Science in Sports, and as member of the editorial committee for the Norwegian Sports Medicine Journal, which she also was the editor for from 2007 to 2009. She has served as a Guest Editor for British Journal of Sports Medicine since 2013.

From October 2009 to January 2014, Hilde was a research fellow at the OSTRC, where she worked with the project "The Norwegian athlete's heart." Since then, she has been a senior researcher and from 2016 main supervisor for Cecilie Isern’s project “Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Athletes in Norway”.

Hilde is currently working fulltime at the Norwegian Olympic Training Center (Olympiatoppen), as the Chief Medical Officer for the Paralympic Games in Rio 2016, Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020.