the European Union
Claus Bomhoff graduated as an MA in history and economics in January 2002. He joined the Parker Institute as a Research Secretary in June 2002 and was appointed Administrator/Chief Advisor in 2009. His main responsibilities at The Parker Institutet is running the secretariat and managing the daily administration and financial tasks, both in relation to the Parker Institute as a whole and in relation to the ELECTOR project economy.
Claus Bomhoff is also the coordinator of fundraising and assists the researchers with applications and reports and he has an extensive experience within funds administration and has acted as research manager on a number of projects. i.e. Ocay-04-137 >DKK 20 mill., OCay-07-264 >DKK43 mill. And OCay-13-309 >25 mill. He has participated in the negotiation >100 contracts and more than >30 Clinical Trial Agreements and is an active member of DARMA (Danish Association of Research Managers) and EARMA The European Association of Research Managers).
The ELECTOR project is coordinated by Region Hovedstaden, Denmarks largest region, providing health care services to 1.7 million citizens and employing 40.000 people.
Birgitte Vedelstorp Andersen joined the Parker Institute in 2015 as the Assistant EU Project Coordinator.
Birgitte is part of the ELECTOR management team and is in charge of the day-to-day communication and coordination amongst the project partners. She acts as contact to external cooperation partners and carries out a variety of event planning. She is in charge of communications, among these the ELECTOR social media.
Birgitte holds a MA in Danish and English from the University of Copenhagen. She obtained her master’s degree in journalism in 2016 from the University of Southern Denmark.
MD from the University of Copenhagen 1978. DM in 1986.
In 1991 he became leading consultant at the Department of Rheumatology at the Copenhagen District Hospital. Since 1997 HB has been employed at Frederiksberg Hospital as leading consultant and research professor at The Parker Institute.
From 1990 to 2005 Henning Bliddal was the leader and main teacher of the postgraduate courses for specialising in rheumatology.
He has participated in judging committees for professorships, PhDs and doctoral theses.
HB is the author of several textbook chapters and co-author of more than 150 peer-reviewed articles. At international and national congresses he has made over 76 speeches, frequently as invited speaker.
Since 2005 HB has been the chairman of The Danish National Board of Health’s commission for treatment of knee osteoarthritis.
At The Parker Institute Henning Bliddal is tutor of PhD students and the architect of numerous research projects.