Morten Grønbæk is Director of the National Institute of Public Health
Morten was originally trained as a medical doctor and worked at Hvidovre Hospital for four years before he began researching the impact of alcohol on health.
After a long research career and a professorship in 2001, he was appointed Director of the National Institute of Public Health in 2010.
Since 2011, Morten has also been Chairman of the Danish Knowledge Centre for Prevention, part of the Danish Medical Association.
Morten has previously served on the Prevention Committee as well as on a number of other public health boards and committees.
Morten's core competence lies in research in the fields of alcohol and public health. He has co-authored over 250 scientific articles.