NAME: Kim Rose Olsen
DATE OF BIRTH: Marts, 1972
ADDRESS: Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark, JB Winsløws Vej 9B DK-5000 Odense C
PHONE: (+45) 29125767
OFFICIAL HOMEPAGE: www.sdu.dk/ansat/krolsen
2010: Ph.d., Economics, University of Southern Denmark
2007-2010: Various research visits, Centre for Health Econ., University of York
2001: Visiting Research Student, London School of Economics
1999: M.Sc., Economics (Cand.polit.), University of Copenhagen
1997: Nordplus exchange student, University of Oslo.
WORK EXPERIENCE (selected)
2019 – Professor, DaCHE, University of Southern Denmark
2017 – 2019 Associate professor, DaCHE, University of Southern Denmark
2013 – 2017 Associate professor and director COHERE Analysis, Department of Business and Economics, University of Southern Denmark
2010-2013: Assistant professor, Department of Public Health University of Southern Denmark
2010-2013: Health Economist, GSK Pharma
2003 – 2010 Senior Research associate at DSI (now ViVE )
My research focus on Health Economics, Applied Microeconometrics, Epidemiology, Health Data Science and Real World Evidence. I have extensive experience as principal investigator on larger projects and from larger interdisciplinary research collaborations.
I am coordinating the Health Data Science profile at the Data Science graduate program at SDU (https://www.sdu.dk/en/uddannelse/kandidat/data-science). We follow the definition of Health Data Science by Hernan et al. (2019)* and aim at giving students skills in Datamanagement, Prediction (machine learning) and Causal Analysis. I teach the course “From data to Evidence” focusing on quasi experimental methods.
*Hernan et al (2019). A Second Chance to Get Causal Inference Right: A Classification of Data Science Tasks. CHANCE, 2019 32:1, 42-49