Stine Trolle is a researcher at the Access to Medicine Foundation working on the Access to Medicine Index. She holds a Master of Pharmacy degree from University of Copenhagen, where she completed her thesis project on assessment of the current level of pharmacy practice in a hospital in rural Sierra Leone. The project was executed in collaboration with two NGOs in order to initiate a five-year project plan improving the rational use, access to medicine and patient safety at the hospital.
During her Master’s degree, Stine also studied at Boston University School of Public Health and conducted a price and availability study of essential medicines in the Boston area. She is a board member of the NGOs Pharmacist without Borders – Denmark, and been engaged with project development and management within the organisation.
During her career, Stine has gained experience from both the public and private pharmaceutical sector in Denmark as well as abroad. She has been part of various projects in Africa, Asia and America, specifically in Nepal, Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone and USA, and brings the knowledge from her field work to the research team.