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Group Members | Global and Sexual Health

Group members and research group leader with the Global and Sexual Health (GloSH) research group at the Department of Global Public Health.

Research group leader

Anna Mia Ekström

Professor/senior physician
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Senior Researchers

Anna Thorson

Professor/specialist physician
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Elisabeth Faxelid

Affiliated to teaching/tutoring
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Gunnel Biberfeld

Affiliated to teaching/tutoring
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Research group assistant

Carla Sturm

Research group assistant
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Project Coordinators

Helena Nordenstedt

Project coordinator
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Virgilio Mariano Salazar Torres

Research coordinator
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Postdocs

Anna Kågesten

Postdoctoral researcher
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Marlene Makenzius

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Susanne Strömdahl

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health

PhD students

Maike Winters

PhD student
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Rocio Enriquez

PhD student
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Sara Causevic

PhD student
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Veronika Tirado

PhD student
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Research Assistant

Frida Larsson

Research assistant
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Course Coordinators ​

Karin Båge

Education officer
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Affiliated

Susanne Rautiainen Lagerström

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Owolabi Bjälkander

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Olalekan Uthman

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health

Jordanos Tewelde

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health

David Saleh

Other
K9 Department of Public Health Sciences

Linus Bengtsson

Affiliated to research
K9 Department of Global Public Health