Since early 1990'ies my research area has mainly been male reproductive health with emphasis on male reproductive hormones and their role in gonadal development and function. My work in this area has also led me into the field of environmental endocrine disrupting chemicals and their possible impact on human reproductive health. I am laboratory leader of the hormone and chemistry laboratory at Dept. of Growth and Reproduction and have many years experience in hormone immunoassays. Since 2004 my research interests have also included human biomonitoring of non-persistent environmental chemicals matrices and their possible associations to human health.
Publications at a glance pr. May 2016
H-index (Web of Science) 48
>150 peer-reviewed articles, >7000 times cited.