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Curriculum

"PhD Student at CRC, participating in an interdisciplinary project on Lipodystrophia in HIV-positive patients. Primary investigator on the randonized placobo-controlled intervention study, HIGH:low, examining the immunostimmulatory effect of growth hormone on HIV infected patients."

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2000:                           Graduated as Medical Doctor (MD) from University of Copenhagen, Denmark

2004-                           PhD student focusing on metabolic abnormalities among HIV infected patients

Employment

2000-2001                    Employed as a registrar at Dept. of Medicine, Dept. of Surgery Ringkøbing 
                                    Hospital and general practitioner Birthe Pedersen, Ringkøbing, Denmark

2001-2002                    Employed as registrar at Dept. of Medicine F, Hillerød Hospital, Denmark.

2002-2003                    Employed as registrar at Dept. of Infectious Diseases, Hvidovre University Hospital, Denmark.

2003-2004                    Research Fellow at Clinical Research Unit, Hvidovre University Hospital, Denmark.

2004-                           PhD student at Clinical Research Unit, Hvidovre University Hospital, Denmark.

GCP experience

2004                             Diploma in GCP in Public Research.

2004                             Primary investigator in EudraCT number 2004-001518-15

Present activity

Participator in an interdisciplinary project on Lipodystrophia in HIV-positive patients. The project is initiated from The Department of Infectious Diseases and the Clinical Research Unit, Hvidovre University Hospital (Ove Andersen, Research Chief). The project is primarily carried out in collaboration with The Department of Endocrinology, Hvidovre University Hospital (Steen B. Haugaard, research fellow) together with two Departments of Endocrinology in Aarhus and Institute of Physiology, University of Copenhagen.

Expertises

Infecteious Diseases

Main research areas

HIV; metabolic complications in HIV

Current research

Metabolic complications in HIV

Potential conflicts of interest

None

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