Ole Danbolt Mjøs

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Ole Danbolt Mjøs
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Ole Danbolt Mjøs in 2004.
Born(1939-03-08)8 March 1939
Died1 October 2013(2013-10-01) (aged 74)
CitizenshipNorwegian
Known forLeader, Mjøs Committee (1998–2000)
Leader, Nobel Committee (2003–2008)
AwardsOrder of St. Olav
Order of the Lion.
Scientific career
FieldsMedicine
Physiology
InstitutionsUniversity of Tromsø

Ole Danbolt Mjøs (8 March 1939 – 1 October 2013)[1] was a Norwegian physician and politician for the Christian Democratic Party. He was a professor and former rector at the University of Tromsø, and he was the leader of the Norwegian Nobel Committee from 2003 to 2008.

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  1. Jan Arild Holbek and Trygve W. Jordheim (1 October 2013): Ole Danbolt Mjøs er død Vårt Land. Retrieved 1 October 2013 (Norwegian)