Professional address: Cellular Signal
Integration Group (C-SIG), Center for Biological Sequence Analysis
(CBS), Department of Systems Biology, Technical University of
Denmark (DTU), Building 208, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark, Tel: +45 4525
6124 Fax: +45-45931585, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, WWW:
http://www.dtu.dk. Skype: rune.linding. Mobile: +45 74032 90403.
Born: April 4, 1974.
Married, one child. Upbringing: Helsingør, Hundested,
Lynæs, Denmark. Gymnasium: Fr.værk Gymnasium,
Denmark. Languages: English, Danish, German.
Degrees: 2004: PhD in Structural and
Computational Biology, Biocomputing Unit, European Molecular
Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany. 2000: Cand.Scient.,
M.Sc. in Biochemistry, Institute for Molecular Biology, University
of Copenhagen, Denmark. 1997: B.Sc. in Organic-, Inorganic- and
Bio- Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics and Advanced Mathematics,
University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Professional Experience: 2011-: Guest
Professor of Cellular Signal Integration, Center for
Biological Sequence Analysis (CBS), Department of Systems Biology,
Technical University of Denmark (DTU). 2007-2010: Team Leader of
Cellular & Molecular Logic, Section of Cell and Molecular
Biology, The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), London, UK. 2004:
Postdoctoral Researcher: Rob Russell Group, Biocomputing Unit,
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany.
2005-2007: Human Frontiers Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Prof Tony
Pawson, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute (SLRI) at Mount Sinai
Hospital, Toronto, Canada and Prof Mike Yaffe, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA.
Honors and Awards: 2005: Human Frontiers
Science Programme Long Term Fellowship. 2005: Lundbeck Foundation
Award. 2004: Danish Research Agency Post-Doctoral Fellowship.
Funding committees: Reviewer for several
international review panels and funding committees.
Co-organiser: "Integrative Network
Biology 2012: Network
2011: Co-organiser: FEBS/EBI Course:
"In silico Systems Biology: Network Reconstruction, Analysis and
Network-based Modelling". 2010: Co-organiser: INBi Launch
Symposium: "Integrative Network Biology and Cancer.". 2010:
Programme chair: RECOMB 2010. 2009: Co-organiser: EMBO/EBI Systems
Biology Course: "In silico systems biology: network reconstruction,
analysis and network based modelling." 2008: Founder: Integrative
Network Biology initiative (INBi). 2008: Programme chair: RECOMB
2008. 2008: Chair on Proteomics: ELSYS 2008. 2007: Program
Committee Member: DIMACS Workshop on the Dialogue on Reverse
Engineering Assessment and Methods (DREAM2). 2006: Selected Program
Committee Member: Jumboree, Synthetic Biology, MIT (unable to
attend). 2006: Abstract Reviewer: Automated Function Prediction. An
ISMB 2006 Special Interest Group Meeting. 2005: Abstract Reviewer:
Automated Function Prediction. An ISMB 2005 Special Interest Group
Meeting. 2003: Co-organiser: EMBL-EMBO Science and Society Mini
Symposium: Publishing practices at the crossroads – between
the print media and the internet. 2002: Co-organiser: 3rd EMBL PhD
Student International Symposium: Life within boundaries –
Membranes & Compartments in Biology.
Ad-hoc Reviewer: Nature Protocols, Molecular
Systems Biology, Genome Research, Genome Biology, Bioinformatics,
BMC Bioinformatics, FEBS Letters, Nature, Nucleic Acid Research,
PLoS Computational Biology, PLoS-One, Protein Science, Proteins,
JMB, Proteomics, Science, Science Signaling, BMC
Grants: Have obtained grant support as PI at
the level of 9M DKK. Main sources: Medical Research Council (MRC,
UK), HFSP, Lundbeck Foundation and Danish Research Councils. Have
been primary scientific negotiator and lab-designer for projects
and instruments corresponding to investments at the level of 71M
DKK. Total Grants at the level of 147M DKK.
Publications: Published more than 30 papers
with peer-review and 2 edited books. 3 papers with more 275
citations. Together, his Institute for Scientific
Information (ISI) listed papers now have more than 1750
citations. His most cited paper (from 2003) has more than 300
citations. His papers have numerous times been highlighted by
editorials, podcasts, frontpages and research high-lights. Several
of his papers have been selected as Breakthrough of the Year,
High-Scoring Faculty 1000 and Editors Choice articles. Within
the past six years, co-author of 13 papers in Cell,
Science, PLoS Biology, Nature Biotechnology, Science Signaling,
Molecular Cell, and Cell Stem Cell. Published 3 papers
in Science within a 13 months
period. H-index: 21.