Associate Dean for Research
SCIENCE Faculty Management
1870 Frederiksberg C
Research Focus and main activities:
-Solution small-angle scattering (X-rays and neutrons, i.e. SAXS and SANS) for investigations of various self-assembling and colloidal systems of biological, biotechnological or pharmaceutical relevance. This includes advanced sample preparation, instrumentation and strong expertise in advanced data analysis.
-Lipid-protein co-structures, including nanodiscs and high density lipoproteins, and the use of these for investigating membrane proteins.
-Strong engagement in the European Spallation Source (ESS) and Max-IV project including science policy for securing optimal instrumentation for biological samples.
-Various industry outreach activities on the application of small-angle scattering to support that also Danish industry will benefit from the upcoming ESS and Max-IV facilities.