Intestinal failure, clinical nutrition, faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT). Three rapidly evolving disciplines and the core of my clinical and academic work. I work as the lead of our intestinal failure unit and as the project leader of Centre for FMT at Aarhus University Hospital (CEFTA).
We work with neuroendocrine tumors and sarcopenia in both cancer and cirrhosis patients. We aim to opitimze treatment of NET patients by designing personalized treatments with peptide receptor radio therapy (dosimetry based PRRT). Head of ENETS Center of Excellence for patients with neuroendocrine tumors.
Work with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Main research interests is anal fistulas in patients with Crohn´s Disease and treatment of these with autologous adipose tissue injections, and stem cell treatment of IBD in general.
Main research focuses on gastrointestinal late sequelae to cancer in the pelvic organs, medical education, and intestinal failure. This is persued in clinical studies observing and experimenting with new investigation methods or treatment modalities and seeking new ways to optimise medical learning.
As consultant in hepatology I focus on patients with liver cirrhosis and especially liver transplantation. In addition, I am responsible for patients with primary liver cancer and head our multidisciplinary tumor board. My reasearch is focused on these patient groups investigating new methods for diagnosis and prognosis including novel biomarkers and imaging methods. Further, implementation of novel treatment modalities including proton, radiation and immune therapy. My research is multidisciplinary and involves local, national and international collaborations.