Henrik T Sorensen, MD, PhD
Adjunct Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Dept of Epidemiology

MD, Aarhus University
PhD, Aalborg University
DMSc, Aarhus University




Henrik Toft Sørensen is professor of clinical epidemiology, and is founder and chair of Department of Clinical Epidemiology at Aarhus University Hospital, which was established in 2000. He is a physician and specialist in internal medicine and hepatology, has trained at several major Danish hospitals and acted as a clinician until 2005. He has been affiliated with Boston University since 2005.

Dr. Sørensen has more than 25 years of experience in clinical and epidemiological research. His research covers, among others, pharmacoepidemiology, epidemiological methods and determinants of the prognosis of several chronic diseases. Dr. Sørensen is author or co-author of more than 1,150 publications and has been supervisor for more than 60 doctoral students. He is Editor in Chief of Clinical Epidemiology.

Professor
Aarhus University Hospital
Epidemiology


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  1. Skajaa N, Ording AG, Darvalics B, Horvath-Puho E, Sørensen HT. Long-term mortality in young and middle-aged adults hospitalised with chronic disease: a Danish cohort study. BMJ Open. 2020 Oct 12; 10(10):e038131. PMID: 33046469
     
  2. Christiansen CF, Heide-Jørgensen U, Rasmussen TB, Bodilsen J, Søgaard OS, Maeng M, Vistisen ST, Schmidt M, Pottegård A, Lund LC, Reilev M, Hallas J, Johansen NB, Brun NC, Sørensen HT, Thomsen RW. Renin-Angiotensin System Blockers and Adverse Outcomes of Influenza and Pneumonia: A Danish Cohort Study. J Am Heart Assoc. 2020 10 20; 9(19):e017297. PMID: 32998607
     
  3. Kristensen FP, Christensen DH, Callaghan BC, Kahlert J, Knudsen ST, Sindrup SH, Feldman EL, Østergaard L, Andersen H, Jensen TS, Sørensen HT, Thomsen RW. Statin Therapy and Risk of Polyneuropathy in Type 2 Diabetes: A Danish Cohort Study. Diabetes Care. 2020 Sep 30. PMID: 32998990
     
  4. Knudsen JS, Heide-Jørgensen U, Mortensen FV, Sørensen HT, Ehrenstein V. Acute pancreatitis: 31-Year trends in incidence and mortality - A Danish population-based cohort study. Pancreatology. 2020 Oct; 20(7):1332-1339. PMID: 32958367
     
  5. Reilev M, Kristensen KB, Pottegård A, Lund LC, Hallas J, Ernst MT, Christiansen CF, Sørensen HT, Johansen NB, Brun NC, Voldstedlund M, Støvring H, Thomsen MK, Christensen S, Gubbels S, Krause TG, Mølbak K, Thomsen RW. Characteristics and predictors of hospitalization and death in the first 11 122 cases with a positive RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 in Denmark: a nationwide cohort. Int J Epidemiol. 2020 Sep 05. PMID: 32887982
     
  6. Sundbøll J, Szépligeti SK, Adelborg K, Szentkúti P, Gregersen H, Sørensen HT. Constipation and risk of cardiovascular diseases: a Danish population-based matched cohort study. BMJ Open. 2020 Sep 01; 10(9):e037080. PMID: 32873621
     
  7. Axelrad JE, Olén O, Sachs MC, Erichsen R, Pedersen L, Halfvarson J, Askling J, Ekbom A, Sørensen HT, Ludvigsson JF. Reply: Survival in Crohn's disease-associated small bowel adenocarcinoma. Gut. 2020 Sep 01. PMID: 32873695
     
  8. Skejø SD, Bencke J, Møller M, Sørensen H. Estimating Throwing Speed in Handball Using a Wearable Device. Sensors (Basel). 2020 Aug 31; 20(17). PMID: 32878136
     
  9. Sundbøll J, Farkas DK, Adelborg K, Schapira L, Tamang S, Nørgaard M, Cullen MR, Cronin-Fenton D, Sørensen HT. Risk of primary urological and genital cancers following incident breast cancer: a Danish population-based cohort study. Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2020 Aug 26. PMID: 32845432
     
  10. Pottegård A, Kristensen KB, Reilev M, Lund LC, Ernst MT, Hallas J, Thomsen RW, Christiansen CF, Sørensen HT, Johansen NB, Støvring H, Christensen S, Kragh Thomsen M, Husby A, Voldstedlund M, Kjær J, Brun NC. Existing Data Sources in Clinical Epidemiology: The Danish COVID-19 Cohort. Clin Epidemiol. 2020; 12:875-881. PMID: 32848476
     
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