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Morten Frisch is a Danish epidemiologist who works as a consultant and senior investigator at the Statens Serum Institut in Copenhagen.
Frisch received his M.D. in 1989, his Ph.D. in 1995, and his D.Sc. in 2002, all from the University of Copenhagen. In 2008, he was appointed an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen. In 2012, he was appointed an adjunct professor of sexual health epidemiology at Aalborg University.
According to his own statements, Professor Morten Frisch does not identify as an intactivist. Nevertheless, the area of genital integrity and the medical and ethical effects of circumcision are part of his areas of interest and he has published several papers about the subject.
- Frisch, Morten, Lindholm, Morten, Grønbæk, Morten. Male circumcision and sexual function in men and women: a survey-based, cross-sectional study in Denmark.. Int J Epidemiol.. 14 juni 2011; 40(5): 1367. PMID. DOI. Läst 23 oktober 2019.
- Frisch, Morten, Aigrain, Yves, Barauskas, Vidmontas, et al. Cultural Bias in the AAP’s 2012 Technical Report and Policy Statement on Male Circumcision. Pediatrics. 1 april 2013; 131(4) PMID. DOI. Läst 7 februar 2020.
- Frisch, Morten, Earp, Brian D.. Circumcision of male infants and children as a public health measure in developed countries: A critical assessment of recent evidence. Glob Public Health. maj 2018; 13(5): 626-41. PMID. DOI. Läst 10 februar 2020.