Anneliese has been active as a project manager at KI in EIT Health projects since 2016 and helps to coordinate the MOOC course development for CARE Campus. Anneliese holds master degrees in global health and medical illustration, to which she has a specific focus on communication, pedagogy, and innovation. She was recognised in 2013 as a Global Swede Nominee by the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and The Swedish Institute, which ""is awarded to international students who are considered ‘good ambassadors for their university and for Sweden’, and have shown academic creativity, entrepreneurship or innovation.” She further was selected in 2013 to participate in the Modernt Åldrande program towards developing innovations for the elderly. She was awarded the grand prize after participating in a pitching competition among six companies focusing on innovations for the elderly. Over the years, she has gained a broad foundation in health education media development, as well as training alongside medical students and working with a wide variety of medical researchers. In 2011, Anneliese became a certified medical illustrator (CMI), and in 2016 was honored as a Fellow of the Association of Medical Illustrators (FAMI). From 2008-2012, Anneliese was a producer of 3D medical animations at XVIVO Scientific Animation. In this role she helped develop animations, interactive programs, presentations and static images for pharmaceuticals, medical device companies, and the general public. This background allows her to serve as a translator of complex medical information into educational visuals, and as a facilitator between the fields of medicine, nursing, biology, microbiology, cellular biology, biotechnology, anatomy, public health, global health, health science innovation, medical marketing, and medical illustration. As part of LIME (the Department for Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics) she lectures on scientific communication and presentation at both the masters and doctoral levels.