Andreas is a junior surgeon at the Department of Surgery, Zealand University Hospital along with a PhD Fellow at the Center for Surgical Science, where Andreas works with implementing Danish registry data in the OMOP common data model and predictive models for patients with colorectal cancer.
Andreas has previously worked at the Center for Surgical Sciences during his studies and has managed the daily operations of various biobanks, worked with different biomarker studies. He has previously clinical experience with intern medicine, family medicine and surgical pathology.
2013-2017 University of Copenhagen – Medical Doctor
MSc thesis: Individualized treatment of colon cancer
2010-2013 University of Copenhagen – BSc in medicine
BSc thesis: The Philadelphia Chromosome
2006-2009 Ingrid Jespersens Gymnasieskole
Andreas research focus is identifying surgical patients with a high risk of adverse outcomes. Currently, he is focusing on implementing Danish registry data in the OMOP common data model. This will enable the Center for Surgical Sciences to create predictive models using state of the art data science approaches and to have these models validated by external collaborators.
- Individualiseret behandling af coloncancer.
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- Association Between Systemic Inflammation and Intratumoral Cytokines and PTGS2 Messenger RNA Levels, Stage, Differentiation Grade, and Mismatch Repair Status in Patients with Colonic Adenocarcinoma
Rosen, A., Degett, T. H., Kirkeby, L. T., Olsen, J., Eiholm, S., Jess, P., Troelsen, J., Olsen, J. & Gögenur, I. 2016 I : Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 223, 4, suppl 1, s. S138
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