Charlotte Mehlin Sørensen

Charlotte Mehlin Sorensen

Associate Professor

Present position

  • Associate professor; Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, Div. of Renal and Vascular Physiology University of Copenhagen

Previous positions

  • 2007-2011: Assistant professor; Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

  • 2006-2007: Research Scientist, Discovery Project leader; Zealand Pharma A/S                   

  • 2006: Assistant professor; Dept. of Medical Physiology, Div. of Renal and Vascular Physiology

  • 2005: Assistant professor; Dept. of Pharmacology, Div. of Cardiovascular and Renal Pharmacology      

Education:

  • 2004: Ph.d.degree; Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen

  • 1999: M.Sc. (human biology); Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen

  • 1996: B.Sc. (Biology); Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen

 Supervision:

  • PhD students, Bachelor Students, Master Students, Research Year Students

Research projects:

Gap junction and renal hemodynamics: a project involving Prof. Will Cupples from Simon Fraser University, Canada and Associate Professor Brant Isakson from University of Virginia, USA.

Renal effects of GLP-1: a co-operation with Prof. Jens Juul Holst from Dept. of Endocrinology Research and Dr.Med. Ali Asmar, University Hospital Copenhagen.

Super-Resolution Imaging: a joint project involving Prof. Jørgen Arendt Jensen, Technical University of Denmark, Prof. Michael Bachmann Nielsen, University Hospital Copenhagen and PhD-student Sofie Bech Andersen, BMI.

In co-operation with Ass. Prof. Morten Bækgaard Thomsen daily manager of newly established cardiovascular rodent phenotyping facility, BMI.

Major recent personal funding

2019: Synergy Grant from European Research Council (ERC). Co-applicant on fundings of € 10 mio in co-application with DTU and RH.

2018: Co-applicant on fundings of DKK 8 mio in co-application with Ass. Prof. Morten Bækgaard Thomsen from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

Co-applicant on fundings of DKK 1.7 mio mio in co-application with Ass. Prof. Olga Sosnovtseva from the Novo Nordisk Foundation

2017: Co-applicant on fundings of DKK 1.3 mio in co-application with Gubra from Innovation Fund Denmark.

Co-applicant on fundings of DKK 28 mio in co-application with DTU, RH and BK Medical from Innovation Fund Denmark.

Education

PhD

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