Welcome to my website and blog. I mainly blog about the body and how it works, although it is taking an increasingly academic turn. It originally started when I studied medicine at University of Southern Denmark and has continued to be my hiding place for random thought, interesting stuff and little musings.
You are very welcome to contact me with questions or suggestions. If you have questions to any of the posts, please write in the comments.
Who am I?
Personally, I enjoy reading, chess and hoppy beer. I might be a coffee addict.
Professionally, I am trained as a doctor in Denmark, studied at MIT with Professor Jianzhu Chen for my master thesis and at University of Oxford at the Weatherall Institute for Molecular Medicine in Professor Vinenzo Cerundolo’s lab for my Ph.D. I am now specializing as a clinical immunologist with special focus on developing advanced cellular therapies for clinical use.
You can see my publications under research.
Everything written here is written for the fun of it, because I had strong opinions on the subject or just wanted to share my thought – it is not a place to find answers to medical questions.
All content is published under a creative commons license, meaning you can copy and edit everything I put here, as long as you don’t sell it and give me some credit. A number of the images used here are from similar sources or presumed to be in the public domain, but please check before you use the pictures also.
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