Sabine graduated as a medical doctor in 2017 from the University of Southern Denmark (SDU). After completing basic clinical training, Sabine started working in internal medicine in 2018 and subsequently in radiology, where she is now halfway through specialist medical training. Due to an interest in research, Sabine has taken a leave of absence from specialist medical training to become a full-time researcher for a period.
Sabine has a desire to do a PhD within diagnostic imaging and artificial intelligence, which are two of her major areas of interest. She is therefore now in the process of applying for enrollment in the Graduate School of Health Sciences at SDU with an expected start in 2024.
Sabine has always shown an interest in research. In 2014, she completed an undergraduate research year, and has since contributed to research in several areas during her career, leading to several publications.
Through her future research, Sabine wants to focus on the implementation of artificial intelligence within diagnostic imaging to, among other things, optimise workflows, increase the quality of treatment for patients and possibly reduce costs associated with the affected areas.