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CV for Pernille Due

Pernille Due

 

Born 1958. Married. Four children.

 

Institution

National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, Øster Farimagsgade 5A, 2., DK-1353 Copenhagen K, Denmark

 

Education

University of Copenhagen, MD, 1989

 

Thesis for the degree of the Dr.Med.Sci. to be defended 3rd May 2013.

 

Employment

2012 - : Professor, University of Southern Denmark, Child Health Research Programme, The National Institute of Public Health, Copenhagen (1.9.12.)

 

2007 - : Research Programme Director, University of Southern Denmark, Child Health Research Programme, The National Institute of Public Health, Copenhagen (1.12.07- )

 

2002-2007: Dean for Medical Education, University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health Sciences (1.2.2002-31.1.2007)

 

2001-2007: Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health (1.2.2001-30.11.2007)

 

2000-2001: Associate Research Professor, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health 24.8.2000-31.1.2001)

 

1997-2000: Assistant Professor, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health (1.5.1997-23.8.2000)

 

1996-1997: Assistant Research Professor, University of Copenhagen,  Dept.of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health (1.6.1996-30.4.1997)

 

1996: Associate Professor, substitute, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health (1.1.1996-31.5.1996)

 

1995: Assistant Research Professor, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health (27.3.1995-31.12.1995)

 

1994-1995: Maternity leave (1.9.1994-26.3.1995)

 

1993-1994: Funded Research Scholarship, University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Social Medicine and Psychosocial Health (1.11.1993-31.8.1994)

 

1992-1993: Registrar, Hillerød County Hospital, Medical Dept. F, (1.5.1992-31.10.1993)

 

1991-1992: Funded Research Scholarship, University of Copenhagen, Institute of Social Medicine (1.3.1992-30.4.1992) 

 

1991-1992: Maternity leave (1.7.1991-29.2.1992)

 

1990-1991: Funded Research Scholarship, University of Copenhagen, Institute of Social Medicine (1.3.1991-30.6.1991)

 

1990-1991: Registrar, Bispebjerg Hospital, Dept. of Urology (1.9.1990-28.2.1991)

 

1989-1990: Funded Research Scholarship, University of Copenhagen, Institute of Social Medicine (1.9.1989-31.8.1990)

 

1989-1990: Maternity leave (1.2.1989-31.8.1989)  

 

Scientific awards

The Health Insurance Foundation Research Award, 2004 (DKK 250,000)

 

The Child Health Prize Denmark, 2011 (DKK 15,000)

 

 

Grants for Scientific Activities (DKK):

 

2011

The Danish Cancer Society

 

5,000,000

2008

The Health Insurance Foundation

 

550,000

The Tryg Foundation (so-applicant)

 

100,000,000

2007

The National Medical Research Council (co-applicant)

 

1,260,000

The Heart Foundation (co-application)

 

1,052,000

The Faculty of Health Sciences

 

350,000

The Health Insurance Foundation (co-application)

 

400,000

The Nordea Denmark Foundation (co-application)

 

18,000,000

2006

The National Medical Research Council

 

1,080,000

The Danish Ministry for the Interior and Health (co-applicant)

 

500,000

2005

The Danish Cancer Society

 

369,000

2004

The Health Insurance Foundation

 

300,000

The Health Insurance Foundation (research award)

 

250,000

2003

The Danish Ministry of Health and The Danish Ministry of Social Affairs (co-application)  

 

5,000,000

The European Union (co-application-Danish part)

 

530,000

2002

The Health Insurance Foundation

 

150,000

The Pharmacy Foundation (Apotekerfonden af 1991)

 

581,000

2001

The Danish Cancer Society

 

600,000

1999

The Danish National Board of Health

 

1,500,000

The Danish National Board of Health

 

250,000

The Danish Ministry of Health

 

200,000

1998

The Health Foundation

 

150,000

1997

The Health Foundation

 

270,000

The National Research Councils (co-application)

 

7,000,000

1996

The National Research Council of Physical Education

 

266,000

The Danish Ministry of Health

 

150,000

The Sports Foundation

 

175,600

The Sports Foundation

 

37,000

1993

The Danish Cancer Society

 

1,547,000

1991

The National Medical Research Council

 

186,000

1989

The Danish Health Insurance Fund

 

582,000

 

Boards and committees (examples)

2012 - : Member of the Research Council for Diabetes in Denmark ( Diabetesforeningens Forskningsråd)

 

2012 - : Danish PI of the Health Behavior in School-Aged Children study

 

2011 - : Member of the Knowledge Council for Prevention in Denmark (Vidensråd for Forebyggelse)

 

2011: Chair, the Public Health Referee Panel, the Norwegian Research Council

 

2010 - : Deputy International Coordinator and member of the coordinating committee, the Health Behavior in School-Aged Children Study (HBSC)

 

2008-2010: Member of the Educational Board of University College Capital (UCC)

 

2008-2009: Member of the Child Committee, The Danish Medical Association

 

2008: Member of the Public Health Referee Panel, the Norwegian Research Council

 

2006 - : Chair of the Social Inequality Focus Group, HBSC

 

2005-2007: Member of working group on Monitoring Childhood Obesity, the Danish Fitness and Nutrition Council

 

2004 - : Member of the Scientific Development Group, HBSC

 

2003-2006: Member of the Steering Committee and leader of work package 2 of the EU funded Pro Children study

 

2003-2006: Fellow Harvard Macy Institute

 

2002-2006: Member of the Board of the Direction of Copenhagen University Hospital (Københavns Universitetshospitals Ledelsesforum, KUHL)

 

2002-2006: Member of the Board, University College Øresund

 

2001-2006: Member of the Chancellors Educational Board, University of Copenhagen

 

2001-2006: Dean for Medical Education and Chair of the Coordinating Committee for Studies under the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen

 

2000-2003: Member of the working group: Life Course Influences on Health Inequalities, the European Science Foundation

 

1998-2005: Member of the Coordinating Committee of HBSC

 

1998-2001: Scientific secretary of the Scientific Committee, the International Society of Behavioral Medicine

 

1998: President of the 5th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine and co-chair of the Scientific Committee of the Congress

 

1998-2012: Danish PI of the Health Behavior in School-Aged Children study

 

1990-1998: Danish Co-PI of the Health Behavior in School-Aged Children study

 

1994-2000: Initiator and first President of the Danish Society of Psychosocial Medicine

 

1989-1994: Member of the Committee of Equal Opportunities of the Danish Medical Association, DADL

 

1989-1990: Member of the Council, Danish Medical Association, DADL

 

Scientific education – examples of courses

2009: Intervention Mapping. Course by Guy Parcel, University of Texas. Lisbon. June 2009 (1 day)

 

2000: Multilevel course at the University of Copenhagen by Faculty from University of Bristol (2 days)

 

1996: Course in “The Use of Statistical Software” held by the Department of Biostatistics, University of Copenhagen (3 days)

 

1996: Course “Procedures for Developing Quality Measures” in scale validation, Washington, USA (1 day)

 

1996: “Academic Writing in English”. Course held by the Danish Association for the Medical Association, Copenhagen (4 days)

 

1996: SAS course at the SAS-Institute, Copenhagen (2 days)

 

1995: Course in “Theories and methods within health services research” at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen (5 days)

 

1994: Course in Medline search (1 day)

 

1993: Course in “Analysis of Longitudinal Data with Epidemiological Applications”, Kleinbaum & Kuppber-course, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium (5 days)

 

1993: Course in Multivariate Analysis Methods in Epidemiological Research, Denmark Held by Perinatal Epidemiological Research Unit, Aarhus (3 days)

 

1990: Course in Use of Statistical Software, SAS, (3 days)

 

1990: Course arranged by WHO about “Advanced methods for analysis of survey data” (5 days)

 

1989: Postgraduate course in quantitative methods of empirical public health research held by the Medical Faculty, University of Copenhagen (2 months)

 

1987: Participation in research course “Course in Qualitative research methods – about medical Philosophy & Clinical Theory, theory and method”, supported and funded by the Medical Faculty’s postgraduate committee (4 days)

 

Educational Training

2003: Course at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School, Boston, USA: Leaders in Medical and Health Care Education” (1 week)

 

1996-1997: Certified Training Course in Academic Teaching (Adjunktpædagogikum) (9 full days) at the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Health Sciences (Oct.-Apr.)

 

Research interests and activities

Pernille Due has been involved in research within the area of child health and behavior for 20 years. She has built the Adolescent Health Research Group at the University of Copenhagen, one of the leading research units within child public health in Denmark, and moved in 2007 the unit to the National Institute of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark. Pernille Due has been the principal investigator of the Danish part of two large international studies: HBSC and PRO Children. She is currently deputy international coordinator of HBSC. She has been involved in a large number of international cooperative committees within these and other international research collaborations. Pernille Due’s main interest has been child health and health behavior and social epidemiological issues within this area. Pernille Due has published more than 125 peer-reviewed papers, 52 book chapters and scientific reports and more than 250 peer-reviewed abstracts at scientific conferences.

 
Redigeret: 29.11.16