My research is focused on injury epidemiology and injury prevention from a societal perspective. I am particularly interested in the development of methods for identifying the causal effects of societal safety interventions, as well as sociodemographic inequalities in health and safety.
I teach courses in public safety with a focus on risk analysis, injury epidemiology, theories for injury prevention, and implementation and evaluation of societal safety interventions at Karlstad University. I am also a guest lecturer in public health and health economics at the University of Gothenburg, with a focus on biostatistics, evaluation and methods for causal inference.
I have bachelor's degree in environmental science and a masters degree in risk management, and completed my PhD in risk- and environmental studies in 2016. I currently work as an assistant professor and am the director of the Centre for Public Safety at Karlstad University. I am also a guest lecturer at the Department of Medicine at the University of Gothenburg.