I earned my PhD in Biochemistry from Linköping University in 2010. At the institute, I am currently involved in research projects related to complex systems within the state administration. The resaearch team consists of myself and Anders Ekholm, and our primary focus lies in exploring the long-term effects of health and social care interventions. This includes investigations into new working methods or treatments, and their impacts on individual patients, staff members, and the overarching system, which often involves multiple principals.
Prior to this, I primarily engaged in brain research, at institutions such as Karolinska Institutet, Linköping Uninversity and Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. I have also taken on the role of coordinating a government assignment at the Swedish authority Health and Social Care Inspectorate (IVO). My mission was to contribute to the enhancement of learning and the improvement of safety and quality within the Swedish healthcare system through data-driven analyses.
Furthermore, I am actively involved as a consultant and serve as a board member. Throughout my career as a researcher, I have consistently integrated my research projects with engagements in popular science, interdisciplinary environments, and entrepreneurial endeavors.