Knud Jørgen Jensen
Thorvaldsensvej 40, 1871 Frb. C, Højhus 71, Building: 71-4-T425
Professor Jensen’s research is at the interface between synthetic chemistry, biology, biophysics, medicinal chemistry, and nanobioscience. A starting point is often new synthetic methodology, including reagents for solid-phase synthesis and for chemoselective chemistry on carbohydrates, peptides and proteins. Recent examples include the use of abiotic ligands to control the quaternary architecture of proteins, and new tools for glyconanotechnology. He received the 2012 Leonidas Zervas award.