I am a Professor in Global Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the Dept. of Public Health Sciences, KI and a Specialist Physician at the Clinic of Infectious Diseases at the Karolinska University Hospital.
My research aims at contributing to effective implementation of interventions targeting prevention and care of HIV, STI, TB and other infectious diseases, including Ebola. I specifically focus my work on settings where the health system is challenged, on gender and vulnerable or hard-to-reach populations. Most of my research is located in low- or lower middle-income countries.
Course leader (post-graduate or doctoral course, unless otherwise specified)
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Gender and Health
Gender and Infectious diseases
Gender and Tuberculosis
Global Health (undergraduate and post-graduate levels)
Infectious disease epidemiology
I have a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Health from Université Paris VII, a Master in Public Health and a PhD in International Health, from Karolinska Institutet. I was awarded an Associate Professorship in International Health in 2009 and became full Professor in Global Infectious Disease Epidemiology, specifically HIV, in 2013.
I finalised my university medical degree (MD) in 1995, and got my license to practice medicine in 1997. I became a clinical specialist in Infectious Disease Medicine at the Karolinska University Hospital in 2011.
Academic honours, awards and prizes
Honorary Professor, Hanoi Medical University in 2011
Elected member of the Technical Expert Reference Group (TERG) of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria since Jan 2015.