About me

I have a PhD from KI and have been working with education and project management at the Unit for Bioentrepreneurship (UBE) since 2010. I am now the Programme Director for the Masters Programme in Bioentrepreneurship which means that I have the KI-overall responsibility for the ongoing work on the programme, including responsibility for the quality and coordination of programme courses. I am also the Assistant Director of Studies at the department of LIME with a special responsibility for the international programmes at the department.

Research description

My research is part of the "Patients in the driver’s seat!" programme that focuses on patient-driven innovations. 


Most of my time is devoted to different educational tasks. During my time at the Unit for Bioentrepreneruship, I have been course director and lecturer for several courses in the different international programmes at KI. I have developed and led the course “Effective Advocacy for Boards and Committees”, given for the first time in 2011, and acted as the study director for the Drug Discovery and Development research school offered in 2014-2015. 

I was the project manager for the internationalisation of the bachelor's programme in Biomedicine and during 2015, the development of a new programme syllabus for the same programme.