Elin graduated from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in 2008. She has since then worked as an equine practitioner at the veterinary teaching hospital and with research and teaching in equine biomechanics, clinical orthopaedics and functional anatomy. She is responsible for the clinical gait laboratory at the equine hospital.
In 2016 she defended her thesis on sport surfaces in show jumping.
Her main current research focus is recognition of complex motion patterns and postures related to orthopaedic disease.
She is affiliated to KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm where she works with machine learning and computer vision techniques for orthopaedic disease detection in large animals.