I did my PhD at the University of Copenhagen using NMR spectroscopy to study intrinsically disordered proteins and the mechanism of coupled folding and binding. Subsequently, I did a postdoc at Cambridge University using single-molecule fluorescence techniques to study amyloid oligomers, and in Aarhus studying membrane protein dynamics.
In 2016, I was award seelcted for “Young Investigator Programme” by the Villum Foundation and a COFUND fellowship at Aarhus Institute of Advanced studies. Shortly, thereafter I started my own research group, and became affiliated with the Danish EMBL node DANDRITE as a Team Leader.
In 2017, I was one of the founding members of the DNRF Center of Excellence for Proteins in Memory: PROMEMO.

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2010        Ph.D. from Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen

2007       M.Sc. in Biochemistry, University of Copenhagen

2005       B.Sc. in Biochemistry, University of Copenhagen

Past and current affiliations:

2/2016 – 1/2019                    AIAS COFUND fellow

9/2014- 1/2016                      Postdoc at Aarhus University

9/2011 -8/2014                      Postdoc at Cambridge University

11/2010 – 8/2011                   Postdoc at University of Copenhagen

7/2009-12/2009                  Visiting student at The Scripps Research Institute,

11/2007 – 10/2010               Ph.D.-student at University of Copenhagen

9/2005-6/2006                    Visiting student at UCSD


Currently part of the teaching team of two courses:

  • Biomolecular Structure and Function
  • Proteins and their Interactions.


The Villum Foundation, Danish National Research Foundation, Independent Research Fund Denmark, AIAS COFUND (EU FP7)

Prizes and awards:

2016: Villum Foundation Young Investigator

2012: Sapere Aude – Young Elite Researcher

2011: Lundbeckfonden’s Talent Prize

2010: The Danish Young NMR Researcher Prize

2009: EliteForsk travel grant