Department of Economics and Business Economics

Liselotte Vogdrup Petersen

PhD, Senior Researcher

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Liselotte Vogdrup Petersen

Senior Researcher

  • Department of Economics and Business Economics
  • Department of Economics and Business Economics - National Centre for Register-based Research
  • Department of Economics and Business Economics - CIRRAU - Centre for Integrated Register-based Research
Postal address:
Fuglesangs Allé 4
2641, 237
8210
Aarhus V
Denmark
Postal address:
Fuglesangs Allé 26
2641, 237
8210
Aarhus V
Denmark

Email: llp@econ.au.dk

Phone: +4587165764

Born January 24th, 1969. Danish.

Education:

PhD degree from Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen May 26th 2005.
Cand. scient. in statistics at University of Aarhus December 12th 1997.

Employments:

2009 1/10 Senior researcher at National Centre for Register-based Research, University of Aarhus.
2007 1/8 Post doc at National Centre for Register-based Research, University of Aarhus.
2006 18/9 Employed at Institute of Preventive Medicine, workplace at National Centre for Register-based Research, University of Aarhus.
2005 23/11 – 2006 17/9 Maternal leave, subsequent 1½ year on 80% time.
2004 1/7 Employed at Institute of Preventive Medicine.
2002 1/1- 2004 30/6 PhD student at Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, and in parallel continued affiliation to Institute of Preventive Medicine.
1998 1/1 Employed as statistician at Institute of Preventive Medicine.

Research career

2019- Main responsible for the Danish part of an international collaboration Eating Disorder Genetics Initiative (EDGI).
2014- Main responsible for the Danish part of an international collaboration Anorexia Nervosa Genetics Initiative (ANGI).
2014- In collaboration with Trine Munk-Olsen, I established the project “Causes to and consequences of psychiatric disorders – effect of early adversities.”
2013- Establishing the project “The impact of early risk factors on occurrence of IQ-mediated psychiatric conditions”, leading to a series of publications with various international collaborators.
2006- Psychiatric epidemiology; infectious disease and gene-environmental interaction.
1998-2005 Obesity research including genetic investigations. Adoption studies to disentangle gene and environment, including methods development of case-cohort analyses and frailty models.

Areas of interest:

Psychiatric epidemiology, eating disorders, schizophrenia, adoption studies, gene and environmental influences on morbidity and mortality, biostatistics, survival analyses.

Teaching experience:

University of Aarhus: spring 2009 og autumn 2009 student assistant in ”Epidemiologi” for medical students.
At the nursing school, Copenhagen.: spring 2000 -autumn 2002, planning and conducting 6 epidemiology teaching days every semester.
At University of Copenhagen: spring 2000 and spring 2001, student assistant in epidemiology for public health science students.
Student assistant in various statistical subjects during my own studies at University of Aarhus in 1995-97.

Censoring experience:

2009 onward. Censoring in epidemiology and biostatistics at Health Science, including oral, written at bachelor and master level.
2013 onward. Censoring master theses at Public Health, University of Copenhagen and University of Southern Denmark.
2017 Member of PhD assessment committee at Public Health, University of Southern Denmark.

Supervision:

Current students:
Jan 2019 – Co-supervisor of PhD student Benjamin Mac Donald.
May 2017- Main-supervisor of PhD student Janne Tidselbak Larsen.
Completed students:
September 2015-Oct 2019 Co-supervisor of PhD student Ole Köhler.
Sep 2013- May 2018. Project supervisor of PhD student Aja Neergaard Greve.
October 2012- March 2018. Main-supervisor of PhD student Jean-Christophe P. Goldtsche Debost
May 2011-Nov 2014. Co-supervisor of PhD student Lise Graversen.
April 2010-May 2013. Co-supervisor of PhD student Mads Bonde Ubbesen.

Grants:

NIMH 2019, $ 807,586 (NIMH, R01MH120170).
Lundbeck Fonden 2018, 8.409.786 kr (R276-2017-4581).
Velux Fonden 2008, 1.140.470 kr
Lundbeck Fonden 2007, 531.899 kr
PhD stipendium from University of Copenhagen 2003, 2½ years.