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Short research profile
I am a young PhD student at the Section of Social Medicine, Department of Public Health, University of Copenhagen. My PhD is entitled: How to use Physical Activity Monitoring to enhance the Activity Levels in Older Adults. Thus, my main research interest lies within physical activity monitoring and technology/data driven behavioral change. Furthermore, I have published within Cancer QoL research, Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing in both patients and healthy adults, validation studies, injury investigation in sports, and playful exercise within older adutls. I have a personal interest in techinology, health data, and evidence based medicine and research.
PhD fellow from Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, ongoing.
Master of Science in Physiotherapy from University of Southern Denmark, June 2017
Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Metropolitan University College of Copenhagen, January 2015
At University of Copenhagen, I am responsible for and teaching my own elective masters course entitled: Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses, a practical course. (https://kurser.ku.dk/course/sfok18007u/2018-2019). I am also responsible for lecturing the first year students about systematic literature searches in their first year projects.