New members in the Pedagogical Academy
KI's Pedagogical Academy consists of people who have demonstrated pedagogical excellence. The competence of the members is seen as an important resource for continued educational development within KI.
After the announcement and admission process in 2023, the Committee for Higher Education has appointed the following new members to KI's Pedagogical Academy: Ami Fagerdahl, Gabriele Biguet, Lisette Farias Vera, Malin Sellberg and Terese Stenfors.
Ami Fagerdal is an Associate professor in Nursing science and works at the Department of Clinical Science and Education, Södersjukhuset (KI SÖS). She has extensive experience in teaching and supervision at all levels, particularly in the specialist nursing programs and doctoral education. Ami works to engage colleagues in pedagogical competence development and conducts her own pedagogical research. These projects have been presented locally, nationally and internationally.
Gabriele Biguet works at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS). She has extensive experience in teaching at both undergraduate and advanced levels, as well as in pedagogical development work. Gabriele has been involved in interprofessional courses and education for professionals. Besides, she has also written textbooks and presented her work at conferences and publications nationally and internationally.
Lisette Farias is postdoc at the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences, and Society (NVS). She has comprehensive experience in higher education pedagogic both in Canada and Sweden. Consistently applying pedagogical theories in her teaching based on her personal pedagogical philosophy, Lisette has worked with different pedagogical projects. Her research results have been presented at educational conferences and published in international journals. Her future plans include tackling challenges related to digitization and AI in education.
Malin Sellberg works at both NVS and the Unit for Teaching and Learning (UoL). She holds a doctoral degree in medical science and has broad experience in clinical teaching and higher education pedagogy. Her research-based and creative teaching has attacted healthcare professionals and patients. She has presented her work at several national and international conferences as well as worked actively with numerous international publications.
Terese Stenfors isTerese Stenfors is professor of Medical Education at the Department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics and the unit of Teaching and Learning. She has comprehensive experience in higher education nationally and internationally. As a researcher in medical education, she regularly presents her work at conferences and publishes in international journals. Terese has been awarded KI's Educational Prize in 2023.