Birgitte Vedelstorp Andersen joined the Parker Institute in 2015 as Assistant EU Project Coordinator. Birgitte is part of the EU-funded ELECTOR telemedicine project. ELECTOR is an international partnership that develops a novel online treatment tool for people with rheumatoid arthritis. The purpose is to allow the stable patient a flexible monitoring option at home.
Birgitte is part of the ELECTOR management team and is in charge of the day-to-day communication and coordination amongst the project partners. She acts as contact to external cooperation partners and carries out a variety of event planning and practical communication. Among these flyers, brochures, press releases etc.
Birgitte holds a MA in Danish and English from the University of Copenhagen and finalized her Master in Journalism from the University of Southern Denmark in 2016.