Kine Pedersen is a PhD Candidate at the University of Oslo. Her current research focuses on preventative strategies for cervical cancer in Norway, and involves using decision-analytic modeling to perform cost-effectiveness analyses. She received her Master’s degree in Health Policy, Economics and Management from the University of Oslo in 2014. While being a Master student, Kine worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Oslo, developing a decision-analytic model that compared the short-term outcomes of alternative cervical cancer screening strategies in Norway. She was the recipient of the Society for Medical Decision Making’s Lee B. Lusted student prize in 2014 for presentation of her research on harm-benefit trade-offs in cervical cancer screening.