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the European Union


Marie Skougaard Nielsen

Medical student, Participant Coordinator

P +453816 6152

Marie Skougaard Nielsen is enrolled as a medical student at the University of Copenhagen and currently finalizing her last year. She graduates as a medical doctor in June 2017.

In June 2014 Marie joined the Parker Institute during a full-time research year and as part of the ELECTOR pre-grant project team.

After completing her research year Marie was employed part time in 2015. She is in charge of the day-to-day contact with the ELECTOR project participants and the instruction of participants in the use of the ELECTOR home monitoring platform as well as responsible for the teaching in joint assessments as part of the self-monitoring of rheumatoid arthritis.

Additionally, Marie recruits participants for various pilot trials within the ELECTOR project.

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ā€‹ā€‹Marianne Uggen Rasmussen
RN, MPH, research nurse
P +45 3816 4179

Marianne Uggen Rasmussen joined the Parker Institute in 2011 as a research nurse and completed her PhD in nursing science and rehabilitation in 2016.

Marianne is involved in the ELECTOR site user testing, the pilot trials, participant inclusion, patient visits as well as data collection.