Experimental Animal Models
Ridebanevej 9, 1870 Frederiksberg C
Skovlab - Professor Søren Skov
Regulation of Immune activation during compromised immune-homeostasis, e.g. cancer, infection (primarily Staph aureus), autoimmunity and transplantation.
Primary fields of research
Regulation of immunity in vitro and in vivo
Regulation of NK cells, γ/δ T lymphocytes, conventional T lymphocytes and Macrophages
Basic Immunology (SBIK19001U)
Current and Experimental Immunology (SBIK19002U)
Immunologi, Almen patologi og patofysiologi (SVEB13025U)
The Immune Defence and Cancer (SIIK16003U)
From Gene to Function in Pathogenic Bacteria (SBIK10182U)
Biokemi 2 (NPLB14031U)
Basic and Applied Immunology (PhD course)
Possible conflicts of interest
Collaborate or obtained funding from a range of private enterprises, including: Novo Nordisk A/S, Glycom/DSM, Macrophage Pharma, Klox Technologies, Cytovac A/S, HHC Medical, Amniotics AB, Defymed.
Paid teaching for courses organized by the private company MSC/MSConsult.
Member of the Editorial Board of Pathogens.