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 I will have PhD and postdoc positions available. Please reach out to me if you’d be interested in working with me.

My full CV is available here.

Don’t hesitate to contact me by email.