Dr. med. Michael Nordine
Michael Nordine is a medical student at the University of medicine in Berlin. He joined the center for space medicine in 2012 and is now pursuing his doctoral thesis regarding hemodynamic & oxygenation adaptations during physiological stress. After his time of service in the United States army, he pursued a Bachelors degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago in the field of nursing science. From 2005-2009, he worked as a registered nurse in the United States, specializing in emergency and trauma medicine. After emigrating to Berlin, he began his medical studies in 2011. Scientific fields of interest: acceleration physiology, thermoregulation physiology, gravitational physiology, hyperbaric physiology emergency medicine/ anesthesiology in extreme environments, & immunology. Other fields of particular interest are that of human computer games, robotics, artifical intelligence, astrobiology, and the design of life support systems for future spacecraft/space stations/remote outpost. Mr. Nordine is also an avid long-distance runner.
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