Cecilie von Bülow graduated as an occupational therapist from the Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen, in January 2006. She was employed by Frederiksberg Hospital afterwards and has also lectured at the Metropolitan University College since. Cecilie has, in addition, lectured at hospitals around Denmark, where she has reported her knowledge and practical experiences about how occupational therapists can implement occupational therapy process models into practice. Cecilie has also written book chapters, done consultation- and censor work on bachelor projects, and has been a board member of the Danish Association for Occupational Therapy Research.
Cecilie has been employed as a research assistant at The Parker Institute since September 2011, while she did her Master in Medical Science, at the University of Lund in Sweden. As part of Cecilies work as a research assistant, and as part of her master studies, she has acquired deep knowledge with regard to, how chronic pain affects the ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL). Cecilie has used this knowledge to plan a PhD project, in which she develop and evaluate the effect of an occupational therapy intervention program aimed at improving ADL ability in woman with chronic pain. Cecilie was enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Southern Denmark in december 2012.