I am a resident in Emergency Medicine at the Skåne University hospital in Lund, Sweden. I have also a PhD in clinical medicine, Emergency Medicine, from Lund University. My research focus is on prehospital treatment of Acute Coronary Syndrome, with emphasize on the role of oxygen therapy in acute myocardial infarction.
From Malmö University I hold a two-year master degree in Criminology. The subjects interesting me and which I work with are criminal intelligence and offender profiling with emphasize on violent crimes.
I also hold a bachelor degree in Intelligence Analysis from Lund University. My thesis was about what really happened in Iran in 1953 when Mohammad Mossadegh was toppled in a popular uprising by the Iranian people who brought back the Shah to Iran. In this thesis we reject the claim by the CIA that they had an important role in the overthrow of Mossadegh. Instead we show that Mossadegh had lost all his support, and that people went out in to the streets in order to bring back the Shah.
My main interests in the discipline of Intelligence Analysis is the organization, structure and the work of SAVAK, the imperial Iran´s security service. Another field of interest is the organization, structure and work of both VAJA (the security service of the Islamic regime in Iran) and the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps).