About Us

The major drawback of living in a country with a small population is the difficulty in achieving the level of expertise in a reasonable time frame as the number of patients seen or treated is scarce.

The only way to overcome this is to combine the experiences of the individuals through an intense and fruitful collaboration. Since there are only a few minor differences in the way how Doctors treat and counsel their patients in Nordic countries, the collaboration is straight forward. We have the most precise statistical surveys of the main outcomes, which are already embedded in our health systems.

Some time ago a few of us, namely Peter, Bo and Karin, have decided to take the initiative to establish a network of professionals working in the field of fetal maternal medicine and genetics in Nordic and Baltic countries. It did not take much time or effort, many have followed the route.



  • Olav Bjørn Petersen, Århus
  • Puk Sandager, Århus
  • Finn Stener Jørgensen, Hvidovre
  • Karin Sundberg, Copenhagen
  • Ann Tabor, Copenhagen
  • Ida Vogel, Århus
  • Helle Zingenberg, Herlev


  • Eva-Liina Ustav, Tartu
  • Ferenc Szirko, Tallinn


  • Kaarin Mäkikallio, Turku
  • Seppo Heinonen, Helsinki
  • Juha Räsänen, Helsinki
  • Susanna Sainio, Helsinki
  • Vedran Stefanovic, Helsinki
  • Aydin Tekay, Helsinki


  • Hildur Harðardóttir, Reykjavik


  • Natalija Vedmedovska


  • Egle Machtejeviene


  • Øivind Braaten, Oslo
  • Cathrine Ebbing, Bergen
  • Torbjørn Eggebø, Trondheim
  • Madeleine Fannemel
  • Ragnhild Glad, Tromsø
  • Guttorm Haugen, Oslo
  • Synnøve Johnsen, Bergen
  • Vasilis Sitras, Oslo


  • Ganesh Acharya, Stockholm
  • Jana Brodszki, Lund
  • Ylva Carlsson, Gothenburg
  • Sverker Ek, Stockholm
  • Erik Iwarsson, Stockholm
  • Bo Jacobsson, Gothenburg
  • Marius Kublickas, Stockholm
  • Peter Lindgren, Stockholm
  • Göran Lingman, Lund
  • Ajlana Mulic-Lutvica, Uppsala
  • Nikos Papadogiannakis, Stockholm
  • Eleonor Tiblad, Stockholm