Trine Munk-Olsen

Senior Researcher

Trine Munk-Olsen

Senior Researcher

  • Department of Economics and Business Economics - CIRRAU - Centre for Integrated Register-based Research
  • Department of Economics and Business Economics
  • Department of Economics and Business Economics - NCRR-National Centre for Register-based Research
Postal address:
Fuglesangs Allé 4
2631, 121d
8210
Aarhus V
Denmark
Postal address:
Fuglesangs Allé 4
2631, 131
8210
Aarhus V
Denmark

Email: tmo@econ.au.dk

Mobile: +4540138841

Phone: +4587165749

Education:

November 1996:
Nursing degree, Nursing College Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.

June 2001
MSc (health science), Aarhus University, Denmark.

January 2008
PhD degree, Aarhus University, Denmark

Employment:

August 2001 – April 2002
Research assistant, Occupational Medicine, Herning Hospital, Denmark.

Mai 2002 –December 2003 Research assistant, The National Centre for Register-
Based Research, Aarhus University, Denmark.

January 2004 – November 2004 Maternity leave.

January 2004 - PhD student, The National Centre for Register-Based
Research, Aarhus University, Denmark.

Februar 2008 – February 2011 Post doctoral researcher, The National Centre for
Register-Based Research, Aarhus University, Denmark.

March 2011 - Associate professor, The National Centre for Register-
Based Research, Aarhus University, Denmark

Research interests:

Epidemiology, psychiatry, postpartum psychiatric disorders, abortions and mental health.

Participation in courses and workshops:

November 2001: Social epidemiologi.
April 2002: Registerbased researcch.
August 2002: Survival analysis, Erasmus Summer Programme.
November/December 2002: Introduktion til Stata.
June 2003: Principles and Methods of Epidemiologic Research.
June/July 2003: European Educational Programme in Epidemiology, 16th residential summer course.
June 2005: Study design and analysis in the genetic epidemiology of complex disease.
October 2006: Logistic regression and survival analysis in epidemiologic research.
June 2008: Fertility and pregnancy: An epidemiologic perspective.

Teaching experience:

Spring 2009: Epidemiology for medical students (6th semester).
Autumn 2009: Epidemiology for medical students (6th semester).
Spring 2010: Main supervisor (bachelor student in health science).

Other relevant activities:

Ad hoc reviewer for:
American Journal of Psychiatry
Archives of General Psychiatry
British Journal of Psychiatry
Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA)
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology

Grants and awards:

Current funding:
The Danish Research Council (09-063642/FSS). (2008 + 2010-2012)

Previous funding sources:
The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (2009)
The Stanley Medical Research Institute (2004-2008)
The Danish Health Foundation (2008)