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As an Associate Professor at the University of Southern Denmark (Department of Regional Health Research), I am responsible for a larger national Danish study regarding Covid-19 and Type-1 diabetes development.

Furtheremore, I have a research collaboration with the Bandim Health Project ( in Guinea-Bissau, where I have previously been stationed. Here, my focus is currently on diabetes epidemiology.

Education/Academic qualification

Staff registrar, Medical endocrinology

Award Date: 6. Jan 2022

PhD, Establishing a twin cohort in Guinea-Bissau, University of Southern Denmark

Award Date: 12. Jul 2013

MD, Aarhus University

Award Date: 11. Jan 2008

External positions

Staff specialist in endocrinology, Sydvestjysk Sygehus Esbjerg

6. Jan 2022 → …

Resident physician (endocrinology), Sydvestjysk Sygehus Esbjerg

1. Jun 20206. Jan 2022

Resident physician (endocrinology), Odense University Hospital

1. Mar 201831. May 2020

Resident physician (endocrinology), Sydvestjysk Sygehus Esbjerg

1. Mar 201628. Feb 2018

Intern (endocrinology), Odense University Hospital

15. Feb 201528. Feb 2016

Postdoc, Bandim Health Project

1. May 201314. Feb 2015

ph.d. student, Bandim Health Project

1. Sept 200928. Feb 2013

Intern, Sygehus Sønderjylland

1. Feb 200831. Jul 2009

Pregraduate research year, Bandim Health Project

1. Feb 200631. Jan 2007

Research areas

  • Diabetes
  • Infection
  • Vaccination
  • Endocrinology


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