Aarhus University has a new Doctor of Medical Science in Endocrinology
Kirstine Stochholm from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital conducts research into the life stories of people with either too many or too few sex chromosomes. She will now defend her higher doctoral dissertation.
Specialty Registrar and PhD Kirstine Stochholm’s research focuses on people who are born with either too many or too few sex chromosomes. She registers and describes the number of people in Denmark who have these conditions, their age at the time of diagnosis, and how it affects their life – whether they find a partner, have children, take an education, retire, when they die and the cause of death.
Kirstine Stochholm defends her higher doctoral dissertation “The Epidemiology of Sex Chromosomal Abnormalities” on 25 November 2016 at 14.00 in Lecture Theatre 424 at Aarhus University.
Specialty Registrar, PhD Kirstine Stochholm
Aarhus University, Department of Clinical Medicine and
Aarhus University Hospital, Department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine & The Centre for Rare Diseases