Experimental Animal Models
Ridebanevej 9, stuen, 1870 Frederiksberg C, 1-62, Building: 225
I am an ambitious, independent, and hard-working research scientist with experience in immunology and cellular metabolism. I have a passion for understanding the interplay between cells and their environment and how the impact on cellular activity and function, as well as disease development and treatment. I highly value interdisciplinary research and collaborations - and the immense gain of these. I am positive and inquisitive by nature and with my excitement for science I bring positive energy to the research projects I engage in.
Primary fields of research
- Impact of Fluorescent light energy therapy on human macrophage polarization - Postdoc Klox Technologies, Ballerup, Denmark and Dublin, Ireland.
- Immune Modulation by clinical Staphylococcus aureus - PhD project Immunology, University of Copenhagen, Supervisor: Søren Skov, co-supervisor: Dorte Frees
- N-glycosylation in regulation of the NKG2D ligand, MICA - Bachelor and Master’s thesis Immunology, University of Copenhagen, Supervisor Søren Skov
Impact of Fluorescent light energy therapy on human macrophage polarization - Postdoc Klox Technologies, Ballerup, Denmark and Dublin, Ireland
- Basic Immunology for Molecular Biomedicine and Biotechnology students: 2013-present
- Immunologi, almen patologi og patofysiologi for Veterinary students: 2013-present
Possible conflicts of interest
Employed by Klox Technologies