Professor with research and education responsibilities at Umea university, Sweden and clinical affiliation as physiotherapist at Norrlands University Hospital, Umea, Sweden. Charlotte has a PhD in neurophysiology, and longstanding experience of teaching, including managing digital ICT based courses since 2003. She is head of U-Motion lab, a motion analysis research and clinical laboratory and has published >100 peer reviewed original research papers mainly related to human movement control in both neurological and musculoskelettal conditions, but also related to education. She has presented at about 200 international congresses, supervised more than 20 PhD students and post-docs. Charlotte is further a frequent key note lecturer in physiotherapy or related fields nationally and internationally, and holds an extensive professional and inter-professional network in research and education internationally. She is a past long standing member (until 2020) of the Working Group on Educational Matters World Physiotherapy Europe Region, and she was scientific chair of the World Physiotherapy Congress in Geneva 2019. Charlotte has received several awards, such as by Uma university, by Queen Silvia of Sweden, and an international service award by World Physiotherapy in 2019. She was recently also awarded "The physiotherapist of the year" in 2019 by the Swedish Association of physiotherapists.