Bjørn Olav Hald's profile
Bjørn Olav Hald
March 2008- Research Fellow at the 'Microvascular Modeling Group', at BMI, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen.
Sept. 05 - Nov. 07 Obtained an Msc degree in Chemistry, at the Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen.
Feb. 05 - Sept. 05 On leave (including three months in India) Sept. 04 - Feb. 05 Student at the Department of Physics, University of Copenhagen.
2001 - 2004 Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, obtained in august 2004 from University of Copenhagen.
1997 - 2000 Graduated from Vordingborg Gymnasium. Average mark: 10,4
Master thesis: The Functional Behavior and Dynamics of Erythrocytes in Circulation. An extension to and analysis of a kinetic model of erythrocyte metabolism.
Article publication: "Changes of Metabolism of erythrocytes as a consequence of the blood circulation" Soon to be submitted to FEBS.
Supervisor: Assoc. prof. Preben Graae Sørensen
Minor Qualifying Project: Evaluation of receptor expression among the EGF receptorfamily
and examination of whether TFF3 is able to induce phosphorylation of any of those receptors in the insulinoma line INS1E.
Supervisor: Professor; dr.scient. Jens Høiriis Nielsen
May 2007 First workshop of the ESF research network ‘FuncDyn' in Haslev.
October 2007 3rd BioSim Conference in Potsdam. Poster presentation with the title: Dynamics of Erythrocyte Metabolism in the Bloodstream"
March - May 2007 Assistant coordinator of the first workshop of the ESF research network ‘FuncDyn' in Haslev, Denmark.
Nov. 05 - Feb. 07 Instructor at Copenhagen University in the courses: 3 x Experimental thermodynamics (F2) - 2nd year students.
Experimental Biochemistry 3 - 3rd year students.
Experimental thermodynamics (F1) - 1st year students.
2005 - 2006 Teacher at a continuation school in Copenhagen, helping students (7th to 12th grade) with natural sciences and mathematics.
Feb. - May 2005 Substitute teacher at Nørrebro Lilleskole (elementary school) in Copenhagen. Tasks: Teaching all subjects.
Apr. 02 - Feb. 05 Part-time assistant at the IT- and Telecommunications department at the Danish Parliament in Copenhagen.
Languages In addition to writing and speaking Danish and English fluently, I am also familiar with languages such as German, Swedish, Norwegian.
Computer skills Daily user on the platforms: Microsoft and Linux (Linux is the preferred platform).
I have experience with MatLab and Mathematica. I am familiar with the basics of Python programming. Able to use almost all sorts of programs at user level.
Organisations Board member of the student organization ‘BIOSA' (Biotech Students Association) from 2006 to 2007.
Board delegate of Nordisk Kollegium (dormitory) from August 2006 to March 2007.