About me

I have a background in public health epidemiology and research experience in the field of insurance medicine, register-based research, psychiatric and cardiovascular epidemiology. My research interest, involves investigating the interrelationship between somatic and mental health and working life using register-based longitudinal data, and exploring the possibilities of applying causal inference approaches within public health epidemiology and insurance medicine. In the MENTE research group, I have been currently involved in research projects regarding sex differences in sustainable working life, labor market attachment of young people with ADHD, and the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health in vulnerable groups.