I am a research coordinator working in the Clinical Epidemiology Division at Karolinska Institutet. In addition to coordinating pharmacoepidemiological projects, I also contribute to research projects as a statistician in the Chronic Inflammatory Diseases research group.
I was previously employed at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Karolinska Institutet where I worked as an applied biostatistician and as a researcher. My main research interest at MEB was in the development and application of statistical methods for population-based cancer survival studies, an area in which I also defended my thesis in March 2018 titled "Flexible Parametric Models for Cancer Patient Survival: Loss in Expectation of Life and Further Developments".
- 2018 PhD in Medical Sciences (Epidemiology), Karolinska Institutet
- 2013, MSc Medical Statistics, University of Leicester, UK
- 2012, BSc Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK