I have a multidisciplinary background spanning micro- & nanotechnology, physics, materials science and biosciences. Life sciences have always been of particular interest to me which is why I focus on using my expertise to provide technological solutions within this field.
After finishing my master’s degree in Physics and Nanotechnology at the Technical University of Denmark, I joined the Copenhagen-based MedTech company BluSense Diagnostics as an R&D Engineer. As part of the Microfluidic Cartridge Team, I helped developing a rapid diagnostic platform for detection of infectious diseases at the point of care.
Within ENHPATHY, the interdisciplinary collaboration is especially exciting to me and I am thrilled to play a part in this with the development of a droplet microfluidic platform. I appreciate the well-rounded training that is part of the ENHPATHY program and look forward to the contributions that we, as the consortium, will make to our understanding of the well-orchestrated molecular mechanisms enhancers are involved in, and how malfunction can lead to enhanceropathies.
Speaking of well-orchestrated: I am very passionate about music and enjoy playing my piano, guitar, bass, ukulele and, as of late, also the trumpet in my free time.