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M.D. since 2013 from University of Copenhagen.

Residency at Aabenraa Hospital and General practioner in the Southern Region of Denmark.

26 months of employment in Gynecology and Obstetrics, all at the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at North Zealand Hospital

Ph. d. student at the same department, and at The Fertility Clinic Rigshospitalet and Yale School of Medicine from Jan 2016.

Main research areas

Gynecology: Early pregnancy, spontaneous abortions, assisted reproduction techniques and recurrent pregnancy losses.

Obstetrics: Postpartum heamorrhage, cesearean section, venous thromboembolisms and induction of labor.

Current research

Prospective Early Pregnancy Cohort (the PEP cohort) examining the entire human first trimester, focusing on endocrine factors related to implantation and spontaneous abortions. Herein the novel biomarker Preimplantation Factor that carry a potential to change our understanding and handling of spontaneous abortions.

Evaluating the role of Preimplantation Factor in the luteal phase of human pregnancies.

Evaluating Preimplantation Factor levels in a group of recurrent pregnancy loss patients.

Registering and evaluating safety and efficiency of out-patient induction of labor at North Zealand Hospital.

Potential conflicts of interest

None to declare.


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