Department of Biomedical Sciences
Blegdamsvej 3, 2200 København N.
Dr. Biering-Sørensen earned his medical degree in 2011 and his PhD degree in 2015 from University of Copenhagen. He earned a Master of Public Health from Harvard University in 2018 and a Master of Science in Clinical trials from University of Oxford in 2023. Dr. Biering-Sørensen is a Professor in Translational Cardiology and Pragmatic Randomized Trials at University of Copenhagen and Founding Head of Center for Translational Cardiology and Pragmatic Randomized Trials at Department of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. He mentors several medical-, PhD students and post Docs in various aspects of clinical research especially within cardiovascular imaging, randomized trials, and heart failure. His group is trying to assess how we can improve the usability of nationwide registries to conduct large scale randomized trials. Furthermore, his group has conducted extensive research in the usability of cardiovascular imaging to improve individualized risk prediction. Furthermore, Dr. Biering-Sørensen is conducting several large-scale pragmatic randomized trials using the nationwide Scandinavian registries.
- Cardiovascular Imaging
- Heart Failure
- Infections effect on cardiovascular outcomes
- Randomized clinical trials
Primary fields of research
Infections effect on cardiovascular outcomes
Randomized clinical trials