I usually work in internal medicine at Falu hospital in Falun in Sweden, a place you wouldn’t have heard about unless you are really interested in cross country skiing.
I aim to become a specialist in haematology (blood disorders). I've wanted to work for MSF since the start of my medical studies, because of the focus on high quality and unconditional health care and the témoignage - the importance of a doctor to also be a medical witness, and pass that witness on when necessary.
Though usually working with adults I'm now working with MSF’s measles campaign in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which essentially means paediatrics (children).
Before working with measles in DRC I was working with MSF in a malnutrition project in Madagascar. This is my second mission with MSF.