Karoline is a newly educated MD, who is now a PhD Fellow at Center for Surgical Science. She has clinical experience from mainly Surgery and Pediatrics and has participated in two clinical trials within the fields of neurology and anesthesiology. Today her PhD project is within the group of Big Data and Personalized Medicine where she works with in-clinic use of predictive models for colorectal cancer patients.
Junior MD, Department of Surgery, Slagelse Sygehus 2021
Research student, Department of Anesthesiology, Bispebjerg Hospital, 2020
Junior MD, Department of Surgery, Nykøbing Falster Sygehus 2020-2021
Research student, Danish Headache Center, 2019
Respiratory assisant, Department of Neonatology, Rigshospitalet 2017-2021
2019-2021: MSc in Medicine, University of Copenhagen (MSc Thesis: Adherence to Preventive Medication in Danish Migraine Patients)
2016-2019: BSc in Medicine, University of Copenhagen (BSc Thesis: ICD data on Danish Patients with Brugada Syndrome)
Karoline’s research focuses on the user experience and optimization of data based tools for the daily clinical work of colorectal cancer surgeons. Besides the main project, she takes part in the daily work in the Big Data and Personalized Medicine group, where they implement Danish health data into OMOP CDM and validates this with external parties.
LAST UPDATE: MAR 2021