I'm a methods oriented epidemiologist with a background in biotechnology and a doctoral degree in how family-based methods developed in genetic epidemiology may be applied in the study of violent crime.
As a coordinator at the Clinical Epidemiology Unit, I help plan and execute several projects in the Chronic Inflammatory Diseases research group, broadly divided in descriptive projects on the drug safety of rheumatoid arthritis treatments, and etiological studies with a focus on the familial aggregation of rheumatoid arthritis and comorbid conditions.
Frisell, T. (2012) Violent crime : addressing causation with family-based methods. Stockholm: Karolinska Institutet.
2002-2007. The Master of Science in Molecular Biotechnology Engineering programme, 270 credits, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.
2003-2006. Extracurricular courses (inter alia Molecular Pharmacology, Quantum Mechanics II & History of Art), in total 147 credits. Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.