Mette Kaasgaard

PostDoc, ph.d., MSc Digital Design and Communication, Diploma Graduate Classical Singing and Singing Pedagogigue

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In my research, I focus on singing as a potential means to improve the lives of people with respiratory diseases. Specifically, I investigate whether singing may provide health-promoting benefits on both physiological and psychosocial parameters and how people with respiratory diseases perceive the impact of singing together with peers. I aim for conduct of multidisciplinary research through which I put my personal and professional, multifaceted competences and experiences into play. I have solid insight into research methodologies across various paradigms and profound skills within concept development and complex project management.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD degree - Center for Music in the Brain, Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Health, Aarhus University & Royal Danish Academy of Music Aalborg/Aarhus. Pulmonary Research Unit Zealand (PLUZ), Department of Respiratory Medicine, Zealand University Hospital, Naestved, Singing in Pulmonary Rehabilitation for People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Aarhus University

Award Date: 10. Jun 2022

Digital Communication and Design - Digital Experiences and Art, MSc, IT University of Copenhagen

Award Date: 19. Dec 2014

Classical Singing and Singing Pedagogy, 5 year Diploma Graduate Degree, The Royal Danish Academy of Music

Award Date: 20. Dec 2003


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