4 December 2020

Thomas Qvistgaard Jepps has been appointed Associate Professor

Associate Professorship

As of 1 December, Thomas Qvistgaard Jepps has been appointed Associate Professor at the Department of Biomedical Sciences.

Thomas Qvistgaard Jepps started at the Department in October 2013 as a postdoc, after receiving his PhD from St. George’s University of London. In 2019, Thomas was offered a position as tenure-track assistant professor at the Department, and as of 1 December 2020 Thomas has been appointed associate professor.

 “I am very grateful to the Department and all my colleagues who have supported me over the years and given me opportunities to conduct my research in a friendly and stimulating environment. I am delighted to become associate professor and will continue adding to the research and teaching outputs of the department,” says Thomas.

Thomas Qvistgaard Jepps has received multiple fellowships as a postdoc and assistant professor, including from Marie Curie, Lundbeck Foundation postdoc, Carlsberg Foundation and most recently the Lundbeck Young Investigator Award. With the most recent award, Thomas has been able to set up the Vascular Biology Group, containing one postdoc and three PhD students.