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2011: Pregradute Research Education, The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. Title: "Affect regulation and pscyhopathology in women with borderline personality disorder "

2014: MD, The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

2014- : PhD student, The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, University of Copenahagen.  Employee at Psychiatric Research Unit, Mental Health Centre North Zealand.

Ph.D. courses include:

  • "Psychometric methods"
  • "The randomized clinical trial"
  • "Questionnaires in clinical and public health research: development, validation and evaluation",
  • "Responsible conduct of research" including passed 2-hours written essay exam
  • "Basic statistics for health researchers"
  • "Scientific project planning and management"
  • "Systematic review and metaanalyses"
  • "Five Minute Speech Sample"
  • "Scientific writing and publishing"

Main research areas

Family psychoeducation for major depressive disorder

The Family Assessment Device: A questionnaire widely used to evaluate self-reported family functioning

Positive psychiatry: A field within psychiatry with a particular focus on promoting well-being in people who already have or are at high risk of developing mental or physical illness.







Current research

Investigating the effect of family psychoeducation compared to social support on the course of the illness in patients with major depressive disorder. The study is designed as a dual center, two-armed, observer-blinded, randomized trial.





to compare an intervention

consisting of FPE to an active control intervention


Potential conflicts of interest

No conflicts of interest.

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