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Curriculum

Academic degrees

2015                       PhD in Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark

2006                       MSc in Biology, University of Southern Denmark

 

Present position

2019-                      Assistant professor, Dept. of Clinical Pathology, Dept. of Clinical Institute, University of Southern Denmark

                               

Employment history

2019-                      Postdoc, Dept. of Clinical Pathology, Dept. of Clinical Institute, University of Southern Denmark

2015–2019              Postdoc, Orthopedic Research Laboratory, Dept. of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark

2011–2015              Ph.D. student, Orthopedic Research Laboratory, Dept. of Clinical Research, University of Southern Denmark (Maternity leave July 2012–March 2013)

2007–2011              Research Fellow, DrugMode Aps, Science Park Odense, Odense, Denmark (Maternity leave April 2009–February 2010)

2006–2006              Research Fellow, The Antibody Project Aps, Science Park Svendborg, Denmark

 

Scientific supervision

2019-             Co-supervisor for 2 PhD students

2014-             Co-supervision of 14 graduate/master students 

 

Awards and Reviews:

Award: Travel-awarded by The International Federation of Musculoskeletal Research Societies (2019), Best oral poster-awarded, 1st Danish Bone Research Workshop, Sandbjerg 2018

Invited speaker: INSERM UMR 1033, University of Lyon (Dec. 2019)

Regular reviewer of: Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Journal of Orthopedic Research, Biomedical Research and Osteoporosis International, Biomedical Materials, International Immunopharmacology.

Membership: American Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR, 2014-), Danish Bone Society (DKS, 2014-), European Calcified Tissue Society (2017–), International Society of Bone Morphometry (ISBM, 2019-).

Webmaster: International Society of Bone Morphometry (ISBM, 2020-).

 

International ongoing collaborations (1) Nina Petrova & Venu Kavarthpu, King’s College Hospital, London; (2) Mariana Kersh, Illinois University; (3) Pascale Chavassieux, INSERM, Lyon University; (4) Karl Jepsen & Erin Bigelow, The University of Michigan; (5) Pascal Buenzli, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane; (6) Rick Sumner & Ryan Ross, Rush University Medical Center, (7) Venu Kavarthapu & Nina Petrova, King’s College Hospital, London, (8) Julia Charles, Brigham and Woman’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, USA; (9) Claudine Blin, Nice University.

 

  • 2019–2020: I work part-time at INSERM UMR 1033 in the research group ‘Bone and Chronic Disease’ at Lyon University, supporting the analysis of specific bone biopsies from a clinical trial of the bisphosphonate alendronate.

 

 

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