List of supervisors
Supervisors and their field of research
Lis Ørgaard Adamsen, professor: Clinical intervention research; rehabilitation and implementation research
Ingelise Andersen, associate professor: Social epidemiology and social inequality, cardi-vascular diseases and depression
Anne Mette Bender, postdoc: Epidemiology, social epidemiology, prevention
Henrik Brønnum-Hansen, associate professor: Social inequality in life expectancy and health expectancy, health impact assessments
Ulla Christensen, associate professor: Sociology of health, prevention and rehabilitation, implementation and evaluation
Sisse Grøn, part-time lecturer
Work studies and Work Health and Safety, qualitative methods, ethnography, health promotion, interventions in complex systems
Åse Marie Hansen, professor: Psychosocial medicine, work related stress, physiological stress, sleep, divornal disruptions, negative social relations at work
Natasja Koitzsch Jensen, assistant professor: Epidemiology, social epidemiology, prevention
Terese Sara Høj Jørgensen, postdoc: Intergenerational perspectives on social inequality in health in old age (social foreground)
Emily Koert, postdoc: Fertility awareness, psychosocial consequences of infertility and pregnancy loss, qualitative methods
Kristian Larsen, associate professor: Relations between healthcare institutions, professions, artefacts and clients/patients/relatives. Inequality in health. The integration of theory, methods and empirical data.
Rikke Lund, professor: Social relations, life course studies, social inequality in health and ageing, social medicine, social epidemiology
Julie Midtgaard: Health psychology; change and adoption of physical activity and exercise behavior; mental health; qualitative methods; clinical intervention research.
Ole Steen Mortensen, clinical professor: Occupational Medicine, sickness absence, social inequality, functional capacity, quality of life
Kirsten Nabe-Nielsen, associate professor: Epidemiology, psycho social work environment, bullying at work, night shifts/shift work/work hours, social inequality in health, stress
Charlotte Juul Nilsson, associate professor: Gerontology, social epidemiology, social inequality in health, social medicine, social relations
Lone Schmidt, professor: Reproduction, infertility
Christina Warrer Schnohr, eksternal lecturer: Contecstual factors importance for inequality in children's health; children's health in Greenland
Karsten Thielen, eksternal lecturer: Rehabilitation, social inequality in healt, social consequences of sickness, labour market and occupational health
Sarah Fredsted Villadsen, assistant professor: Health promoting and preventive compex interventions; Focus on social and ethnic equality in reproductive health. Combination of qualitative and quantitative methods.
You are very welcome to send your specific wishes, and we will do what we can to meet them.