My research concerns mainly electronic fetal surveillance during pregnancy and labor. My current project involves computerized cardiotocography in collaboration with researchers at KTH.
I am an obstetrician an a researcher at Dep Women's and Children's Health (KBH), KI. I work as a senior consultant at the delivery unit at Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm.
I defended my thesis "Lactate as an early marker of intrapartum fetal hypoxia" in 2014, and I currently supervise two doctoral students.
My main research field is electronic fetal surveillance both during pregnancy and labor. My current project concerns computerized cardiotocography (cCTG) in collaboration with researchers at the Royal School of Technology (KTH).
One part of the project investigates the potential to identify signs of infection after preterm prelabor rupture of membranes (PPROM) with cCTG. Another part investigates whether cCTG can improve the objectivity and reliability of intrapartum fetal surveillance in terms of early detection of fetal hypoxia.
2009 - Clinical teacher in Obstetrics for medicine students, KI
2011 - Part of course leadership for medicine students, KI
2015 - Invited speaker at courses for midwives and obstetricians in fetal surveillance
2017 - Course leader and examinator for medicine students, KI
2017 - Course leader for annual course in fetal surveillance for residents in Ob Gyn
2018-2020 Study director for Research School for Clinicians in Epidemiology at KI
1989 Natural science, Bromans gymnasium Hudiksvall
1996 Medical degree at Karolinska Institutet
2008 Specialist in Ob Gyn
2014 PhD in Medical Science at KI
2019 Course Teaching and Learning in Higher Education