About me

Specialized in the methodological aspects of clinical epidemiology, I have a passion for teaching and for making cutting edge methodologies known and used by the research community. The overarching aim of my work is to, using epidemiological studies, provide information that will help patients and caregivers better understand chronic disease and disease course, and to make informed choices about therapeutic options.

I currently also work part time at the National Board of Health and Welfare, in a project concerning data quality in the national healthcare and social service registries.

Research description

As part of Johan Askling's research group on chronic inflammatory disease epidemiology, my team's work can broadly be divided in pharmacoepidemiological projects on treatments for rheumatic diseases and multiple sclerosis, and etiological studies with a focus on the familial aggregation of chronic inflammatory joint diseases. My research is funded by research grants from US-based Patient Centered Outcomes Institute (PCORI), a career grant from the Swedish Research Council, and the MS Research Foundation (MS-forskningsfonden). My work is also funded by several pharmaceutical companies through the Anti-Rheumatic Therapies In Sweden (ARTIS) project.

Research team



Doctoral thesis

Frisell, T. (2012) Violent crime : addressing causation with family-based methods. Stockholm: Karolinska Institutet. 

University studies

2002-2007. The Master of Science in Molecular Biotechnology Engineering programme, 270 credits, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.

2003-2006. Extracurricular courses (inter alia Molecular Pharmacology, Quantum Mechanics II & History of Art), in total 147 credits. Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.

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