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Medical Doctor, MD from Copenhagen University, January 2003

PhD-student at Copenhagen University, from 2004 to present

Previous positions:        
Feb. 2003-Mar 2003: Clinical Assistant at The Department of Infectious Diseases, CUHH

Apr. 2003-Sep. 2004: Internship at Næstved hospital (surgery, 6 months), Næstved hospital (internal medicine, 6 months), Lægehuset i Rønnede (private family physicians, 6 months)

Oct. 2004-ongoing: Clinical Assistant and PhD-student at The Department of Infectious Diseases, CUHH

Scientific activities:      
2000-2001: 15 months scholarship at The Department of Infectious Diseases, CUHH

2004: Awarded 3 months introductory research grant from The Medical Society of Copenhagen for research in thymus and immunological function in HIV-infection

2004: Awarded 3 years research scholarship (as Clinical Assistant) from The University of Copenhagen for research in thymus and immunological function in HIV-infection

Other qualifications:       
Supervisor of medical student Julie C. Gaardbo and her project "Regulatory T-cells in HIV-infection" and co-supervisor of Signe J. Vedel and her project "The role of the thymus in immune  reconstitution in lymphoma"

Part time study physician at Phase One Trials, CUHH

Fields of interest:           
HIV, thymus, recent thymic emigrants, immune reconstitution, lymphocyte subpopulations, T-cell dynamics, regulatory T-cells, flow cytometry


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