Projects per year
In our group, we develop optical microscopes for capturing fast dynamics in intact and mimetic tissues. Our goal is to enable future applications of ‘organ-on-a-chip’-technologies in fundamental biomedical research and for decision-making in personalized medicine. Therefore, we currently focus our efforts on high-throughput imaging of small artificial organs, which are developed concurrently by our collaborators at DTU. We actively involve BSc/MSc-students in our work, both as thesis/project-students and via our course, Biomedical Prototyping, which takes place in DTU Skylab. Our core expertise is hardware/software-development for imaging of life at the micro/nano-scale and we enjoy working across disciplines with the more bio-savvy research groups around us.
|2018 - Now||Associate Professor, Dept. of Health Technology, DTU|
|2017 - 2018||Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, DTU|
|2012 - 2017||Biomedical Engineering (PhD), Yale University (Mentor: J. Bewersdorf)|
|2006 - 2012||Biomedical Engineering (BSc, MSc), DTU|
- User defined:
01/08/2019 → 31/07/2022