Epidemiologist working with questions related to reproductive and breast cancer epidemiology.
Natalie is an epidemiologist with a background in public health and a strong interest in social inequalities over the life course. She is experienced in both reproductive epidemiology and cancer epidemiology and is a part of the Reproductive Epidemiology group (Olof Stephansson) at the Department of Medicine.
Natalie's research career to date falls under the overarching theme of women’s health, including: social inequalities in health, social determinants of health, life course epidemiology, reproductive epidemiology and cancer epidemiology. She is experienced in data management and contemporary epidemiological methods for data analysis, including extensive use of Swedish register data and longitudinal data sets.
Post. Doc Breast cancer epidemiology (2017-2021), Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet (Supervisor: Kamila Czene)
Ph.D. Epidemiology (2016), The University of Queensland, Australia (Supervisors: Prof. Gita Mishra, Prof.Dr. Ilona Koupil, Assoc. Prof Leigh Tooth, Dr. Mark Jones)
M.Sc. Population Health (2012), Stockholm University, Sweden
Grad.Dip. Education (2002), RMIT University, Australia
B.A. Sociology and Social Work (2001), LaTrobe University, Australia