CHIP Dissertations

Olga Fursa, MD PhD thesis:
The cascades of care and outcomes of hepatitis C and COVID-19 coinfections among people living with HIV across Europe: interacting epidemics

Jens Christian Nørgaard, MD PhD thesis:
Investigation of the gut microbiome and its resistome in relation to antibiotic treatment and clinical infections in stem cell transplant patients

Cornelia Geisler Crone, MD PhD thesis:
Clinical challenges and advances in prevention of invasive aspergillosis in lung transplant recipients

Cynthia Terrones, MD PhD thesis:
Radiation-induced lymphopenia: Risk factors and clinical impact

Bastian Neesgaard, MD PhD thesis:
Use and Outcomes of Contemporary Combination Antiretroviral Treatment in People Living with HIV

Adrian Zucco, PhD thesis:
Explainable Machine Learning for Precision Medicine of Patients with Infectious Diseases

Mark Bennedbæk, PhD thesis:
Next-generation sequencing of HIV-1 in a global clinical trial cohort, phylogenetics and genotype-phenotype associations

Lene Ryom Nielsen MD, PhD, Doctoral Thesis:
Comorbidities And Adverse Drug Effects In People Living with HIV In A Modern Treatment Era: Risk Factors and Prognosis

Christina Ekenberg, MD PhD thesis:
The Immune-Dysfunctional Host — From Clinic to Bench

Emma Elizabeth Ilett, MD PhD thesis:
Assessment and Associated Clinical Impact of Gut Dysbiosis in Transplant Recipients

Theis Aagaard, MD, PhD thesis:
Prediction of and outcomes after febrile neutropenia in patients with cancer

Lars Peters, MD, Doctoral Thesis:
Viral hepatitis in HIV: determinants of liver injury and clinical outcomes

Neval Ete Wareham, MD PhD.-thesis:
Incidence and Risk of Solid Cancer and Lymphoproliferative Disease after Transplantation

Isabelle Lodding, MD PhD.-thesis:
Dynamics of Cytomegalovirus Replication and Disease in Solid Organ and Hematopoietic Stem Cell Recipients

Kamilla Grønborg Laut, MD PhD.-thesis:
Quality of HIV-Care and Management - benchmarking and regional differences across Europe

Camilla Ingrid Hatleberg, MD PhD.-thesis:
Cardiovascular disease in HIV-positive persons: Changes and differences in mortality, -interventions and risk factors; the D:A:D Study

Anne Marie Werlinrud Efsen, MD PhD.-thesis:
Regional differences among tuberculosis/HIV co-infected patients in Europe and Latin America

Álvaro Humberto Diniz Borges, MD PhD.-thesis:
Activated Inflammation and Coagulation and the Risk of Clinical Events during HIV Infection 

Lene Ryom Nielsen, MD PhD.-thesis:
Chronic Kidney Disease in HIV-Positive Persons; Contribution of Traditional Risk Factors, HIV and Antiretrovial Agents.

Caspar da Cunha Bang, MD PhD.-thesis:
Prevention of CMV disease among transplant recipients - what is the optimal strategy?

Justyna Kowalska, MD PhD.-thesis, 28 October:
Assesing the risk and benefit of combination antiretroviral therapy for HIV-1 infection with a special focus on cause-specific mortality

Signe Westring Worm, MD PhD.-thesis, 29 January:
HIV and Cardiovascular disease - Contribution of metabolic components and drugs

Jens-Ulrik Jensen, MD PhD.-thesis, 24 August:
Dynamic use of biomarker Procalcitonin in the intensive care unit

Daria Podlekareva, MD PhD.-thesis, 8 December:
Difference in HIV care across Europe with focus on tuberculosis and other opportunistic infections

Christian Brandt MD, Doctoral Thesis, 27 November:
Experimental studies of pneumoncoccal meningitis.
(Please contact CHIP for a copy of this dissertation)

Christian Holkman-Olsen, MD PhD.-thesis, 20 June:
Risk of AIDS, Death or Pancreatitis according to Anti-Retroviral Therapy among HIV infected patients

Nina Friis-Møller, MD PhD.-thesis, 12 November:
Cardiovascular Adverse Effects of Antiretroviral Therapy

Ulrik Bak Dragsted, MD, PhD.-thesis, 15 August:
Virological, immunological and toxic effects of highly active antiretroviral therapy in adult HIV-1 infection

Ole Kirk, MD, Doctoral dissertation, 19 December:
Effects of highly active antiretroviral therapy among HIV-infected patients. Results from randomised and observational studies