I joined the Health Systems and Policy: Improving Use of Medicines, Focusing Antibiotics group in June 2017. Since then I have been involved in various research projects on antibiotic use, mostly in India. I am a Junior Faculty representative at the Department of Public Health Science.
I hold a PhD degree from Karolinska Institutet as a Marie Curie fellow. My PhD project was a joint collaboration between private and academic institutions, supported by the grant from the European Union. As part of this project I was involved in clinical epidemiology research focusing among others on biomarkers as predictors of clinical outcome in patients with chronic kidney disease, and role of education and patient empowerment to facilitate choice of and access to therapy for patients with need of dialysis treatment.
PhD in Medical Science, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, 2016
MSc in Medical Biotechnology, University of Wroclaw, Poland, 2010
Master’s Programme (Erasmus Research Project) in Molecular Biology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, 2009
During my postdoctoral fellowship, I will be involved in several projects aiming to improve prescription and use of medicines, and address the global threat of rapidly growing problem of antibiotic resistance.