Åsa has a Bachelor in Public Health from Mälardalen University in Sweden, and a Master of Public Health, with the specialization of Work and Health, from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. Last year she completed her PhD in medical science from Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. The title of her doctoral thesis was “Risk Factors for Disability Pension – Studies of a Swedish Twin Cohort”. She is currently applying for funding to do her postdoc within the HOUPE (Health and Organization among University Physicians in Europe)-study. Focus for her fellowship will be on physicians employed at Marmara University in Istanbul. Her main areas of expertise are public health, epidemiology, work and health, twin analysis and gender. Since 2012 she is enrolled in a trainee program at University of Toronto focusing on Work Disability Prevention, funded by the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR). In her presentation for the summer school she will give examples of ethical challenges in the field of work disability.