Thor Haahr

MD/PhD studerende, Postdoc, Ph.d.-studerende

Profile photoThor Haahr
Ph.d.-studerende
Institut for Klinisk Medicin - Fertilitetsklinikken, Skive
Institut for Klinisk Medicin - Gynækologisk-Obstetrisk afdeling Y, SKS
Postaddresse:
Resenvej 25
7800
Skive
Danmark
Postaddresse:
Palle Juul-Jensens Boulevard 99
8200
Aarhus N
Danmark
E-mail: thohaa@rm.dk
Mobil: +4527885402, +4527885402

MD/PhD studerende, Klinisk assistent

CURRICULUM

Thor Haahr

Adress: Tordenskjoldsgade21 3.tv.

8200 AarhusN

 

Born 17.01.1990.

 

Education:

Medicalstudent 2010

Bsc. inmedicine 2013

Researchyear student 2014

MD/PhDstudent 2016 –2021

 

Employments:

Researchyear,The Fertility Clinic Skive, Skive Regional Hospital, Aarhus University                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (01.02.2014-01.02.2015)

 

MD/PhDscholar, Department of Clinical medicine Aarhus University, The FertilityClinic Skive, Skive Regional Hospital          

 (01.02.16–

 

Clinical assistant to Professor Peter Humaidan, The Fertility Clinic Skive, SkiveRegional Hospital, Aarhus University                                                                                                                                                         (01.02.16–

 

Courses approved:

GCP and investigator-initiated clinical trials, ECTS2.4.

Basic biostatistics, ECTS 7.0.

Preparation and critical reading of meta-analysis, ECTS1.4

Reproductive epidemiology, ECTS 2.1

Bioinformatics for microbiology, ECTS 8.5

Systematic literature search, ECTS 0.7

                         

Researchyear thesis

Gramstaining and qPCR for detection and classification of abnormal vaginal flora –A clinical study in a Danish IVF setting.

 

Other publications (10)

Posters (6):

Haahr T, Al Humaidan PSH, Thomsen LH, Jensen JS, Duus LM, Rygaard K. Gramstaining and qPCR for detection and classification of abnormal vaginal flora –a clinical study in a Danish IVF setting. 2015. Poster session presented at EuropeanSociety of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE 2015, Lisboa)

 

Haahr T. Treatment of bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy in order to reduce therisk of spontaneous preterm delivery – A clinical guideline. 2016. Postersession presented at European spontaneous preterm birth congress (ESPBC,Gothenburg) 2016.

 

Haahr T. Abnormal vaginal microbiota couldaffect live birth rates in In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) patients. 2017. Poster sessionpresented at European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious diseases(ECCMID 2017, Vienna).

 

Haahr T, PSH Al Humaidan, H Elbæk, BAlsbjerg, K Rygaard, B Lilje, ...

Vaginal microbiota and IVF outcomes-Development of asimple diagnostic tool to predict patients at risk of a poor reproductiveoutcome

ESHRE2017, Geneva

 

PSH Al Humaidan, S Esteves, T Haahr, M Roque

GnRH agonist trigger for final oocyte maturation in freshembryo transfer IVF/ICSI cycles–a systematic PRISMA review and meta-analysis

ESHRE2017, Geneva

 

Bothazi A, Haahr T, Majeed H:Hysteroscopic Morcellation with the TRUCLEAR Tissue Removal System for thetreatment of intrauterine pathology in an outpatient setting

NFOG 2018, Odense

 

National Guidelinespublished within Danish Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (DSOG) (3):

                          2017 – Vaginal seeding(co-author)

                          2015 – Bacterialvaginosis and preterm birth (co-author)

                          2015 – Gynecologicalinfections (co-author)

 

Bookchapters(1):

“Handbook on Ovarian Stimulation 6thEdition” (2017) by Editor: Dr. Sulbha Arora and Series Editors Dr. Juan Garcia Velasco and Dr.Manish Banker. Chapter "Luteal phase support: ART & non ART cycles”.

 

Principal investigator - ongoingscientific research

 

A double-blind, placebo-controlled multicenter trialon the effect of clindamycin and a live biotherapeutic on the reproductiveoutcomes of IVF patients with abnormal vaginal microbiota

 

Oral presentations selected forpresentation at International and National conferences and meetings

 

Abnormalvaginal microbiota may be associated with poor reproductive outcomes: Aprospective study in IVF patients. ISIR/ESRI meeting, Erfurt 2016.

 

Abnormalvaginal microbiota may be associated with poor reproductive outcomes: Aprospective study in IVF patients. ISIDOG meeting, Riga 2015.

 

Treatment ofbacterial vaginosis in pregnancy in order to reduce the risk of spontaneouspreterm delivery – A clinical guideline. Research day, Viborg Hospital 2016.

 

Gramstaining and qPCR for detection and classification of abnormal vaginal flora –A clinical study in a Danish IVF setting. Research day, Viborg Hospital 2015.Awarded best oral presentation.

 

Journal clubs

ViborgHospital, Gyn/Obs department. Role as participant.

SkejbyHospital, Aarhus University Hospital, Department of Gyn/obs and Pediatrics, PhDstudents Journal Club. Role as supervisor and participant.

 

Invitedspeaker at the following National and International Meetings and Conferences:

2018:

Fertilitetsbehandling

Faglig dag for jordemødre,

4/4/2018

Viborg Hospital, Denmark

 

2017:

Vaginal microbiome –possible impact on IVF outcome

Nordic Fertility Society congress

4/8/2017

Nyborg, Denmark

 

The microbiome of thereproductive tract and its potential role in Human reproduction

Roskildeconversations

18/5/2017

Roskilde, Denmark

 

Fraforskning til god behandling

Forskningensdøgn 2017, Hospitalsenhed MIDT, Skive Regionshospital

27/4/2017

Skive, Denmark

2016

The impact ofBV on IVF treatment

Ecovagpartner symposium

13/10/2016

Copenhagen,Denmark

 

ART andreproductive tract microbiota

COP meeting,Skive, sponsored by MSD

23/06/2016 →24/06/2016

Skive,Denmark

 

Genital tractmicrobiota and its possible effect on reproductive outcomes – moving fromobservational to interventional trials

Nutrition and microbiome, Dansk selskab for klinisk ernæring (DSKE)

15/06/2016

Aarhus,Denmark

 

Youngclinical investigators initiative

Europeanspontaneous preterm birth congress (ESPBC) 2016

25/05/2016 → 28/05/2016

Gothenburg, Sweden

 

Mikrobiom og Reproduktion

Temaaften GO Aarhus: Jordemoderstuderende og medicinstuderende

12/05/2016

Aarhus,Danmark

 

2015

Infections inrelation to obstetrical outcome

Organizer and speaker

02/12/2015

Viborg, Denmark

 

Bakteriel vaginose hos infertile patienter

Interessegruppemøde Dansk Fertilitetsselskab

06/10/2015

Odense, Denmark

 

Bakteriel vaginose og infertilitet

Ferringinspiration day 2015

12/5/2015

Copenhagen,Denmark

 

Supervisor

I have co-supervised the followingprojects:

Postdoc project, MD, PhD: Paul Vignir Axelsson Bryde, 2018-2021: Danbiota project

 

Masters thesis, MD: KarolineRosenstand Jensen, 2018: The habitual intimate hygiene praxis of women and it’sassociation with the vaginal microbiota – a comparative study between fertilitypatients and healthy reproductive age women.

Masters thesis, MD: Trine SlothZüricho, 2018: Trachelectomized patientsand fertility

Masters thesis, MD: MeretheBräuner, 2017: How to modulate thevaginal microbiome from unfavourable to favourable?

Masters thesis, MD: Jane Zacho,2016. A systematicPRISMA review on reproductive tract microbiota in human reproduction

Bachelors thesis, MD: EmilRiahi, 2016. Intrauterine microbiota and its potential role as a pathway tospontaneous preterm delivery – a systematic PRISMA review

 

Teaching

Teaching of medical students in general anamnesis, 7thsemester, Viborg regional Hospital, Denmark. Furthermore, teachinggynecological infections and microbiome, 11th semester, Viborg RegionalHospital, Denmark.  

 

Funding received

I hold research grants from Aarhus University and smaller funds inDenmark (app. 1.5 mio. DKK total). 

 

Reviewer

I have reviewed publications for Human reproduction, Frontiers inEndocrinology and BMJ OPEN.


2016PhD stipendiat, Aarhus Universitet og Fertilitetsklinikken Skive, Hospitalsenhed MIDT
2016Klinisk assistent, Skive Fertilitetsklinik
2015Kandidatstuderende, medicin
2014Forskningsår, Fertilitetsklinikken Skive, Hospitalsenhed MIDT
2014Bachelor i medicin

Publikationer

Vaginal, cervical and uterine pH in women with normal and abnormal vaginal microbiota

Lykke, M. R., Becher, N. H., Haahr, T., Boedtkjer, E., Jensen, J. S. & Uldbjerg, N., 20 jan. 2021, I: Pathogens. 10, 2, 8 s., E90.

Characterization of the vaginal DNA virome in health and dysbiosis

Jakobsen, R. R., Haahr, T., Humaidan, P., Jensen, J. S., Kot, W. P., Castro-Mejia, J. L., Deng, L., Leser, T. D. & Nielsen, D. S., okt. 2020, I: Viruses. 12, 10, 13 s., 1143.

Effect of clindamycin and a live biotherapeutic on the reproductive outcomes of IVF patients with abnormal vaginal microbiota: protocol for a double-blind, placebo-controlled multicentre trial

Haahr, T., Freiesleben, N. L. C., Pinborg, A., Nielsen, H. S., Hartvig, V., Mikkelsen, A. L., Parks, T., Uldbjerg, N., Jensen, J. S. & Humaidan, P., okt. 2020, I: BMJ Open. 10, 10, s. e035866

Low biomass microbiota in the upper genital tract of reproductive age women: fact or fiction?

Haahr, T., Jensen, J. S., Altmäe, S. & Humaidan, P., sep. 2020, I: Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials. 19, 41.

Can combining vaginal and rectal progesterone achieve the optimum progesterone range required for implantation in the HRT-FET model?

Alsbjerg, B., Thomsen, L., Elbaek, H. O., Laursen, R., Povlsen, B. B., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., jun. 2020, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 40, 6, s. 805-811 7 s.

Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist for ovulation trigger - OHSS prevention and use of modified luteal phase support for fresh embryo transfer

Castillo, J. C., Haahr, T., Martínez-Moya, M. & Humaidan, P., maj 2020, I: Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences. 125, 2, s. 131-137 7 s.

Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist ovulation trigger—beyond OHSS prevention

Castillo, J. C., Haahr, T., Martínez-Moya, M. & Humaidan, P., maj 2020, I: Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences. 125, 2, s. 138-143 6 s.

Research and business – the yin and yang in modern medicine

Haahr, T., Jensen, J. S. & Humaidan, P., maj 2020, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 40, 5, s. 613-616 4 s.

Novel physiology and definition of poor ovarian response: clinical recommendations

Abu-Musa, A., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., mar. 2020, I: International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 21, 6, 20 s., 2110.

Corrigendum to: Vaginal Microbiota and In Vitro Fertilization Outcomes: Development of a Simple Diagnostic Tool to Predict Patients at Risk of a Poor Reproductive Outcome

Haahr, T., Humaidan, P., Elbaek, H. O., Alsbjerg, B., Laursen, R. J., Rygaard, K., Johannesen, T. B., Andersen, P. S., Ng, K. L. & Jensen, J. S., 2020, I: The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 221, 9, s. 1565-1566 2 s.

The intimate vaginal hygiene practice correlates with the vaginal microbiota: an observational study of 328 in vitro fertilization (IVF) patients

Jensen, K. R., Humaidan, P., Elbaek, H. O., Alsbjerg, B., Laursen, R. J., Mikkelsen, A., Praetorius, L., Freiesleben, N. L. C., Pinborg, A., Hartvig, V. & Haahr, T., 2020, I: Human Reproduction. 35, Suppl.1, s. 1468 1 s., P-726.

Management Strategies for POSEIDON Groups 3 and 4

Haahr, T., Dosouto, C., Alviggi, C., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 11 sep. 2019, I: Frontiers in Endocrinology. 10, s. 614 11 s., 614.

Blastocyst ploidy is not related to the number of embryos generated nor to the type of ovarian stimulation

Esteves, S. C., Humaidan, P., Carvalho, J. F., Cimadomo, D., Vaiarelli, A., Yarali, H., Ozbek, I. Y., Haahr, T., Conforti, A., Alviggi, C. & Ubaldi, F. M., sep. 2019, I: Fertility and Sterility. 112, 3, s. E134-E134 1 s.

Future Perspectives of POSEIDON Stratification for Clinical Practice and Research

Humaidan, P., La Marca, A., Alviggi, C., Esteves, S. C. & Haahr, T., jul. 2019, I: Frontiers in Endocrinology. 10, 6 s., 439.

Vaginal microbiota and IVF outcomes: poor diagnosis results in flawed conclusions

Haahr, T., Jensen, J. S. & Humaidan, P., jul. 2019, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 39, 1, s. 178-178 1 s.

Growth Hormone and Reproduction: Lessons Learned From Animal Models and Clinical Trials

Dosouto, C., Calaf, J., Polo, A., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., 26 jun. 2019, I: Frontiers in Endocrinology. 10, s. 404 7 s., 404.

Longitudinal characterization of the vaginal microbiome in the late second trimester of pregnancy and its association with obstetrical and neonatal outcomes: a prospective cohort study

Haahr, T., 15 apr. 2019.

Bureaucratic overheating is a parasite hampering modern clinical research - a viewpoint from the 'belly of the beast'

Humaidan, P. & Haahr, T., apr. 2019, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 38, 4, s. 487-489 3 s.

Protein supplementation intake for bodybuilding and resistance training may impact sperm quality of subfertile men undergoing fertility treatment: a pilot study

Ketheeswaran, S., Haahr, T., Povlsen, B., Laursen, R., Alsbjerg, B., Elbaek, H., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 1 mar. 2019, I: Asian Journal of Andrology. 21, 2, s. 208-211 4 s.

Advances in ovulation trigger strategies

Dosouto, C., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., mar. 2019, I: Panminerva medica. 61, 1, s. 42-51 10 s.

Dual stimulation using corifollitropin alfa in 54 Bologna criteria poor ovarian responders: a case series

Alsbjerg, B., Haahr, T., Elbaek, H. O., Laursen, R., Povlsen, B. B. & Humaidan, P., 2019, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 38, 5, s. 677-682 6 s.

Freeze-all strategy in IVF/ICSI cycles: an update on clinical utility

Roque, M., Nuto Nóbrega, B., Valle, M., Sampaio, M., Geber, S., Haahr, T., Humaidan, P. & Esteves, S. C., 2019, I: Panminerva medica. 61, 1, s. 52-57 6 s.

Fresh versus elective frozen embryo transfer in IVF/ICSI cycles: a systematic review and meta-analysis of reproductive outcomes

Roque, M., Haahr, T., Geber, S., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 2019, I: Human Reproduction Update. 25, 1, s. 2-14

Non-transparent and insufficient descriptions of non-validated microbiome methods and related reproductive outcome results should be interpreted with caution

Haahr, T., Humaidan, P. & Jensen, J. S., 2019, I: Human reproduction (Oxford, England). 34, 10, s. 2083-2084 2 s.

Reproductive outcome of patients undergoing in vitro fertilization treatment and diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis or abnormal vaginal microbiota: a systematic PRISMA review and meta-analysis

Haahr, T., Zacho, J., Bräuner, M., Shathmigha, K., Skov Jensen, J. & Humaidan, P., 2019, I: BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 126, s. 200-207

Vaginal microbiota and in vitro fertilization outcomes: development of a simple diagnostic tool to predict patients at risk of a poor reproductive outcome

Haahr, T., Humaidan, P., Elbaek, H. O., Alsbjerg, B., Laursen, R. J., Rygaard, K., Johannesen, T. B., Andersen, P. S., Ng, K. L. & Jensen, J. S., 2019, I: The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 219, 11, s. 1809-1817 9 s.

Vaginal seeding or vaginal microbial transfer from the mother to the caesarean-born neonate: a commentary regarding clinical management

Haahr, T., Glavind, J., Axelsson, P., Bistrup Fischer, M., Bjurström, J. M., Andrésdóttir, G., Teilmann-Jørgensen, D., Bonde, U., Olsén Sørensen, N., Møller, M., Fuglsang, J., Ovesen, P. G., Petersen, J. P., Stokholm, J. & Clausen, T. D., apr. 2018, I: B J O G. 125, 5, s. 533-536 4 s.

Individualized controlled ovarian stimulation in expected poor-responders: an update

Haahr, T., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 9 mar. 2018, I: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology. 16, 1, s. 20 9 s.

Authors' reply re: Vaginal seeding or vaginal microbial transfer from the mother to the caesarean-born neonate: a commentary regarding clinical management

Haahr, T. & Clausen, T. D., 2018, I: B J O G. 125, 5, s. 632-633 2 s.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection for male infertility and consequences for offspring

Esteves, S. C., Roque, M., Bedoschi, G., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., 2018, I: Nature Reviews. Urology. 15, 9, s. 535-562

Poor definition of poor-ovarian response results in misleading clinical recommendations

Haahr, T., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 2018, I: Human reproduction (Oxford, England). 33, 5, s. 979-980 2 s.

Progesterone levels on pregnancy test day after hormone replacement therapy-cryopreserved embryo transfer cycles and related reproductive outcomes

Alsbjerg, B., Thomsen, L., Elbaek, H. O., Laursen, R., Povlsen, B. B., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., 2018, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 37, 5, s. 641-647

The 'Big Freeze': freeze-all should not be used for everyone

Roque, M., Haahr, T., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 2018, I: Human reproduction (Oxford, England). 33, 8, s. 1577-1578 2 s.

Bio-equivalent doses of recombinent HCG and recombinent LH during ovarian stimulation result in similar oestradiol output: a randomized controlled study

Alsbjerg, B., Elbaek, H. O., Laursen, R. J., Povlsen, B. B., Haahr, T., Yding Andersen, C. & Humaidan, P., aug. 2017, I: Reproductive BioMedicine Online. 35, 2, s. 232-238 7 s.

GnRH agonist trigger for final oocyte maturation in fresh embryo transfer IVF/ICSI cycles – a systematic PRISMA review and meta-analysis

Al Humaidan, P. S. H., Esteves, S., Haahr, T. & Roque, M., 3 jul. 2017.

Vaginal microbiota and IVF outcomes - Development of a simple diagnostic tool to predict patients at risk of a poor reproductive outcome

Haahr, T., Al Humaidan, P. S. H., Elbæk, H., Alsbjerg, B., Rygaard, K., Lilje, B., Andersen, P., Ng, K. & Jensen, J. S., 3 jul. 2017.

Does protein supplements taken in relation to workout impact sperm quality?

Elbaek, H. O., Shathmigha, K., Laursen, R., Alsbjerg, B., Povlsen, B. B., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., jul. 2017, s. 161-161. 1 s.

GnRH agonist (GnRHa) trigger for final oocyte maturation in fresh embryo transfer IVF/ICSI cycles - a systematic PRISMA review and meta-analysis

Humaidan, P., Esteves, S., Haahr, T. & Roque, M., jul. 2017, s. 453-453. 1 s.

Vaginal microbiota and IVF outcomes - Development of a simple diagnostic tool to predict patients at risk of a poor reproductive outcome

Haahr, T., Humaidan, P., Elbaek, H. O., Alsbjerg, B., Rygaard, K., Lilje, B., Andersen, P., Ng, K. & Jensen, J. S., jul. 2017, s. 296-297. 2 s.

Gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (GnRHa) trigger - State of the art

Dosouto, C., Haahr, T. & Humaidan, P., mar. 2017, I: Reproductive Biology. 17, 1, s. 1-8 8 s.

Appreciable uncertainty regarding benefits and risks in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis to prevent preterm birth

Haahr, T., Ersbøll, A. S., Karlsen, M. A., Svare, J., Sneider, K., Hee, L., Weile, L. K., Ziobrowska-Bech, A., Østergaard, C., Jensen, J. S., Helmig, R. B. & Uldbjerg, N., feb. 2017, I: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. 96, 2, s. 251–252 2 s.

Abnormal vaginal microbiota affect the reproductive outcome in in vitro fertilization (IVF) patients

Haahr, T., Jensen, J. & Al Humaidan, P. S. H., 2017.

GnRH Agonist Trigger and LH Activity Luteal Phase Support versus hCG Trigger and Conventional Luteal Phase Support in Fresh Embryo Transfer IVF/ICSI Cycles-A Systematic PRISMA Review and Meta-analysis

Haahr, T., Roque, M., Esteves, S. C. & Humaidan, P., 2017, I: Frontiers in Endocrinology. 8, 116.

Treatment of Abnormal Vaginal Microbiota before Frozen Embryo Transfer: Case-Report and Minireview to Discuss the Longitudinal Treatment Efficacy of Oral Clindamycin

Haahr, T., Elbaek, H. O., Laursen, R. J., Alsbjerg, B., Jensen, J. S. & Humaidan, P., 2017, I: Frontiers in Physiology. 8, 6 s., 415.

Vaginal microbiota and IVF outcomes - Development of a simple diagnostic tool to predict patients at risk of a poor reproductive outcome

Haahr, T., 2017.

Treatment of bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy in order to reduce the risk of spontaneous preterm delivery - a clinical recommendation

Haahr, T., Ersbøll, A. S., Karlsen, M. A., Svare, J., Sneider, K., Hee, L., Weile, L. K., Ziobrowska-Bech, A., Østergaard, C., Jensen, J. S., Helmig, R. B. & Uldbjerg, N., 3 jun. 2016, I: Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica. 95, 8, s. 850-860 11 s.

Abnormal vaginal microbiota may be associated with poor reproductive outcomes: A prospective study in IVF patients

Haahr, T., jun. 2016, I: Journal of Reproductive Immunology. 115, s. 47-48 2 s., OP8.

Treatment of bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy in order to reduce the risk of spontaneous preterm delivery – A clinical guideline

Haahr, T., Ersbøll, A. S., Karlsen, M. A., Svare, J., Sneider, K., Hee, L., Weile, L. K., Ziobrowska-Bech, A., Østergaard, C., Jensen, J. S., Helmig, R. B. & Uldbjerg, N., 25 maj 2016.

Abnormal vaginal microbiota may be associated with poor reproductive outcomes: A prospective study in IVF patients

Haahr, T., Jensen, J. S., Thomsen, L., Duus, L., Rygaard, K. & Humaidan, P., 2016, I: Human Reproduction. 31, 4, s. 795-803 9 s.

Gram staining and qPCR for detection and classification of abnormal vaginal flora – a clinical study in a Danish IVF setting

Haahr, T., Al Humaidan, P. S. H., Thomsen, L. H., Jensen, J. S., Duus, L. M. & Rygaard, K., 15 jun. 2015.

Gram staining, PCR or PNA FISH analysis for detection and classification of Bacterial Vaginosis - a prospective study in a Danish IVF setting

Haahr, T., Thomsen, L., Elbaek, H. O., Jakubcionyte, R., Rygaard, K., Duus, L. M., Jensen, J. S. & Humaidan, P., jun. 2015, I: Human Reproduction. 30, s. 300-301 2 s.