Peter Næsborg Schøler (link to Pure profile) earned his medical degree (Cand.med.) at The University of Southern Denmark in 2019. While attending medical school, he was employed as a pre-graduate research student at the Unit of Clinical Alcohol Research. Here he worked on the Relief-Reward project, a sub-study of the Elderly study, focusing on subgrouping participants into craving subgroups, and analyzing treatment effect according to these groups.
He is currently a clinical research assistant working on the “15-Method”, a feasibility study investigating a possible implementation of alcohol dependency disorder treatment in general practice. He is also working part-time as a doctor at the GP "Lægerne i Østergade" in Ringe.
“I am interested in combining research with clinical practice. I find both exciting and believe the two complement each other well. I am concerned with how research and interventions can help in one’s daily clinical work, to improve several aspects of both medical practice, research, and patient care,” Peter concludes.