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Researcher in Sports Medicine and Public Health with a special focus on how our lifestyle and more specifically our level of physical activity predicts our future health and risk of illness.
I work as a senior lecturer at the Physiotherapy Program. I am also program supervisor for the master's program in physiotherapy and one of three coordinators for 'Forskaraspiranterna'
My research addresses human motor control, how the brain controls movements and how to understand different types of movements in normal conditions and after injury/disease to guide treatment.
Besides teaching and research, I represent the University in Sports Medicine. Research includes physical activity, performance, anti-doping and children's sports.
Employed as an university lecturer at the Occupational Therapy Unit, but right now a doctoral student with the research area of 'Patrolling police officers -their life contexts and lifestyle balance'.
I am a PhD-student in occupational therapy and am writing my thesis on Social Prescribing
Hospital engineer, assoc. prof. in biomedical engineering and adjunct university lecturer. Research and development within medical technology and movement analysis.
Researches and educates in the field where systems based on artificial intelligence (AI) need to collaborate with humans. Research spans basic research in AI to applications improving health.
Doctoral student, physiotherapy. Studying the association between gait speed, cognitive function and dementia in people at or above 80 years of age.
PhD student in the Safe Step project, a mHealth intervention of fall prevention for older adults. Developing a self-test for balance to be performed with a smartphone.
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy and Functional Anatomy
PhD, ass professor in Sports medicine. Teaching:exercise physiology, metabolism, and nutrition. Research:exercise-training, muscle biology, metabolism, nutrition, iron and metabolic syndrome.
My thesis concerns social participation and togetherness among older adults in a home care context, within the research project STAY-IN-TOUCH.