I am a post-doctoral fellow trained in clinical psychology and psychiatric epidemiology. My research interests revolve around long-term outcomes following early-life psychopathology. Currently, I am involved in a series of projects using longitudinal and twin designs to address key questions relevant to understanding labor market marginalization among youths and young adults with various mental health conditions, in terms of the future risk for sickness absence, disability pension, and unemployment. Such understanding may hopefully help to inform social policymaking and improve public mental health strategies for vulnerable groups at risk of facing adverse health and social functioning over the longer term.
PhD (Epidemiology), Faculty of Medicine, Uppsala University, 2021.
Licensed psychologist, registered at the National Board of Health and Welfare, 2012.
MSc (Psychology), Faculty of Social Sciences, Uppsala University, 2011.