Student projects at BMI – University of Copenhagen

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Student projects at BMI

Our research groups are happy to welcome new students who would like to do their bachelor's thesis, master's thesis or a research project at the Department of Biomedical Sciences.

At the Department of Biomedical Sciences, we have about 50 Professors and Associate Professors. You are always welcome to contact any one of them if you are interested in doing a research project at the Department.
See list of researchers at BMI

Specific projects

Here you can find specific projects and read project descriptions. If you are interested in one of the projects feel free to contact the respective researcher to start a collaboration.

Bachelor projects

Master projects

    Projects which can be made as bachelor's, master's, or student research projects

    • Fysisk træning og metabolisme herunder fysisk træning i forebyggelsen og behandlingen af type 2 diabetes og kardiovaskulære sygdomme
      Contact Professor Flemming Dela for project description
    • Arbejdsfysiologi: kardiovaskulære tilpasninger til fysisk træning
      Contact Professor Flemming Dela for project description
    • Mitokondriernes fysiologi og patofysiologi: a) Hyperkolesterolæmi b) Oxidativt stress og type 2 diabetes
      Contact Associate Professor Steen Larsen for project description
    • Overvægt og fedme: strategier til behandling og fastholdelse af vægttab: Kirurgi, medicin og livsstil
      Contact Professor Jørn Wulff Helge for project description
    • Arbejdsfysiologi, stofskifteregulering, muskel-metabolisme, fysisk aktivitet & sundhed, fysisk aktivitet/træning og kost. a) Lipidstofskiftet i muskler: effekt af fysisk træning b) Muskel lipider, bioaktive lipider og insulin resistens c) Metabolic fitness og metabolic flexibility
      Contact Professor Jørn Wulff Helge for project description
    • Fysisk inaktivitet: effekt på stofskiftet og metabolic fitness
      Contact Professor Flemming Dela for project description
    • Intracellular compartmentalization of metabolic processes, in health and disease. a) High resolution visualization of mitochondrial dynamics - effect of physical activity/inactivity and obesity/T2D b) lipid deoplets' proteome and regulation in health and under metabolic stress c) glycogen metabolism compartmentalization in health and disease
      Contact Associate Professor Clara Prats for project description