Meet some of our staff
Miro Anter – Project Coordinator
Since the spring of 2021, Miro works as a project coordinator at U-CARE. He is responsible for U-CARE’s internal and external communication and administration of associated studies, among other tasks. Read the interview with Miro.
Victoria Awortwe – PhD Student
Since autumn 2022, Victoria has held a PhD position within the U-CARE research group. In her PhD project, Victoria examines social determinants and health seeking in socio-economically disadvantaged areas in Ghana and Sweden. Read the interview with Victoria.
Clara Dahlgren – Project Coordinator
Since autumn 2022, Clara works as a substitute project coordinator within U-CARE. She is responsible for, among other things, the group's internal and external communication as well as the organisation and administration of research data. Read the interview with Clara.
Louise von Essen – Professor of Health Care Services Research and Programme Director
As a research group leader in U-CARE, Louise makes sure that the research conducted within the programme moves forward and is carried out in a smooth and efficient way. Her days at work can look very different from one another. Read the interview with Louise.
Mudassir Mustafa – Researcher
Mudassir is a researcher in eHealth, specialising in the design of digital infrastructures and digital practices. Since January 2022, Mudassir has been leading the system development team working with the U-CARE Platform. Read the interview with Mudassir.
Joanne Woodford – Senior Assistant Lecturer
As a researcher in U-CARE, Joanne carries out a variety of different tasks. She is the principal investigator for a number of different research projects, meaning that she is responsible for both the design and the conduct of these studies, alongside by collaborators. Read the interview with Joanne.
Mattias Öhman – Associated Researcher
Mattias is a researcher in health economics at the Institute for Housing and Urban Research and one of our associated researchers. He is currently working on a project within the U-CARE programme with Professor Louise von Essen. Together, they are studying the consequences of childhood cancer – how parents’ income and health are affected by their child’s illness. Read the interview with Mattias.