About me

I hold a B.Sc. in Political Science and a M.Sc. in Global Health and have been working to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights nationally and internationally through different research projects and through project implementation and evaluation.

At the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health I am currently working with a qualitative study on menstrual health among young adults in Sweden. The purpose of the research project is to explore how menstruation and different phases of the menstrual cycle affect the health and wellbeing of people who menstruate aged 18-29 in Sweden. I also work at the Department of Global Public Health, where I am part of a research project focusing on return to work and sick leave patterns following a work injury among young adults in Sweden, in which I am conducting a qualitative study on young adults’ experience of return to work after an occupational injury.