I am a causal inference enthusiast. My research focuses on methods for causal inference in medicine. I am particularly interested in settings with exposures and outcomes that depend on time, that is, longitudinal data.

I am privileged to work with Miguel Hernán and other excellent researchers at Harvard School of Public Health as a Kolokotrones research fellow. Before I came to Harvard as a Fulbright Research Scholar in 2018, I worked as a resident in internal medicine, and I also had the pleasure of being a part-time postdoctoral researcher under supervision of Kjetil Røysland and Odd Aalen at the University of Oslo.

I received my MD, Dr.Philos in Neuroscience and BSc in Mathematics from the University of Oslo. I also hold a Msc in Statistics from the University of Oxford.

In the fall, I will start a new job as tenure-track assistant professor in statistics at EPFL, which is located in beautiful Lausanne, Switzerland. I am very excited, and please reach out if you’d be interested in working with me.

My CV is available here.

Don’t hesitate to contact me by email.