PhD Project List – University of Copenhagen

IVP > PhD students

Members of the In Vivo Pharmacology Graduate Programme

Project Title PhD Student Department of Principal Supervisor Start of Study
37 The role of the hepatic stellate cells in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and
fibrosis
Alexandra Zisser Veterinary and Animal Sciences Pernille Tveden-Nyborg 01.11.19
36 Continuous Disease Monitoring and Intervention Program (COLI-STOP) Sofie Kromann Veterinary and Animal Sciences Rikke Heidemann Olsen 01.02.19
35 Characterization of welfare implications and refinement of a mouse
model for polyarthritis
Pernille Colding-Jørgensen Experimental Medicine Klas Abelson 01.10.2019
34 Diabetes mellitus in dogs: Improved management and unraveling of
disease mechanisms
Heidi Young Nilsen Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lisbeth Høier Olsen 01.10.2019
33 Exploring a novel Calcitonin/Amylin Receptor Agonist for its ability to
improve structure and pain in rat models of osteoarthritis (OA)
Khaled Mohamed Drug Design and Pharmacology Anne-Marie Heegaard 01.09.2019
32 Mechanisms of bone pain in fibrous dysplasia Chelsea Hopkins Drug Design and Pharmacology Anne-Marie Heegaard 01.09.2019
31 Cancer-induced bone pain – microenvironment and behavioral
outcomes
Ahmed Barakat Ibrahim Soltan Drug Design and Pharmacology Anne-Marie Heegaard 01.09.2019
30 Modulation of nociception by voltage gated sodium ion channels in the tortoise (Kinixys spekii) Christopher Musembi Experimental Medicine Klas Abelson 01.04.2019
29 Platelet and myocardial function in a novel porcine model of hypoglycaemia Mille Lyhne Skøttrup Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lisbeth Høier Olsen 01.03.2019
28 Bioactive milk components to improve gut and brain development in
preterm neonates
Karoline Aasmul-Olsen Veterinary and Animal Sciences Stine Brandt Bering 15.12.2018
27 Early dietary interventions to improve gut and brain development in
preterm neonates
Nicole Lind Henriksen Veterinary and Animal Sciences Thomas Thymann 15.12.2018
26 Characterisation of inflammatory and immune responses in naked molerat
(Heterocephalus glaber) and the effects of anti-inflammatory agents
Mosiany Kisipan Experimental Medicine Klas Abelson 11.12.2018
25 Chronic pain, stress and gait evaluation in the naked mole rat Jesse Thuo Experimental Medicine Klas Abelson 03.12.2018
24 Effects of serotonin 2A receptor agonists on compulsivity and cognitive flexibility Anna Odland Drug Design and Pharmacology Jesper Tobias Andreasen 16.09.2018
23 Role of dopamine in regulating rodent behaviour related to attentiondeficit hyperactivity disorder - pharmacological studies in the mouse continuous performance task Louise Bomholt Klem Drug Design and Pharmacology Jesper Tobias Andreasen 01.09.2018
22 In vitro prediction of in vivo lung inflammation, acute phase response and genotoxicity using simple and complex cell cultures Emilio Di Lanni Public Health Peter Møller 01.08.2018
21 Progression and reversibility of NASH with hepatic fibrosis in vivo Josephine Skat-Rørdam Veterinary and Animal Sciences Pernille Tveden-Nyborg 01.07.2018
20 Development of a type 2 diabetic minipig model by increasing plasma levels of gut microbiota products Ditte Olsen Lützhøft Veterinary and Animal Sciences & Novo Nordisk A/S Axel Kornerup Hansen 01.11.2017
19 Establishment of a Haemophilia A model with increased tolerance by use of mice with deficiencies in adaptive immunity Gabi Overgaard Øvlisen Veterinary and Animal Sciences Søren Skov 15.05.2018
18 Causes of diabetic peripheral neuropathy in rodent models of type 1 and type 2 diabetes Laura Jul Andreasen Veterinary and Animal Sciences Jens Lykkesfeldt 01.04.2018
17 Colostrum and the first feedings for preterm neonates Agnethe May Ahnfeldt Veterinary Clinical and Animal Sciences Per Torp Sangild 01.12.2016
16 The involvement of the noradrenergic receptor system in an-tinociceptive mechanisms in the naked mole rat (Heterocepha-lus Glaber) Royford Murangiri Mwobobia Experimental Medicine Klas Abelson 01.12.2017
15 Nutrition effects on immunity development in newborns Ole Bæk Veterinary and Animal Sciences Per Torp Sangild 01.09.2017
14 Empirical study of bias in a rat model of rheumatoid arthritis Dasa Seveljevic-Jaran Experimental medicine Jan Hau 01.12.2015
13 Effects of GLP-1 on atherosclerosis, vascular functionality and remodelling Katrine Dahl  Bjørnholm Veterinary and Animal Sciences Jens Lykkesfeldt 01.04.2017
12 Investigating the role of GLP-1 receptor activation in the gastropyloric region for stimulating intestical mucosal defence and decreasing intestinal permeability Louise Pedersen Veterinary and Animal Sciences Axel Kornerup Hansen 01.03.2017
11 Refinement of a rat model of inflammatory pain and arthritis Mie Schou Berke Experimental medicine Klas Abelson 01.02.2017
10 Mechanisms of carbon nanotube-induced mesothelioma Regitze Sølling Wils Public Health Peter Møller 01.02.2017
9 Early feeding and brain development in preterm pigs Charlotte Holme Nielsen Vet. Clinical and Animal Sciences Thomas Thymann 01.01.2017
8 A Novel Humanized Mouse Model of Psoriasis Pernille Kristine Fisker Christensen Veterinary Disease Biology Axel Kornerup Hansen 01.02.2017
7 Parasites and plants-exploring the anti-parasitic activity of a bioactive livestock forage Angela Hørdum Valente Veterinary Parasitology Stig Milan Thamsborg 01.12.2016
6 Refinement of the contusive spinal cord injury rat model Harikrishnan Vijayakumar Sreelatha Division of Laboratory Animal Science, India Klas Abelson 01.12.2016
5 Investigating the role of FGF21 on hepatic oxidative stress and NALFD/NASH Julie Hviid Klæbel Veterinary Disease Biology Jens Lykkesfeldt 01.10.2016
4 Immunity development in preterm newborns Ren Shuqiang Vet. clinical and animal sciences Per Torp Sangild 01.10.2016
3 Effects of insulin treatment on NAFLD in diabetic rodents Victoria Svop Jensen Veterinary Disease Biology/Novo Nordisk Jens Lykkesfeldt 01.09.2016
2 Factors driving the variation in absorption of subcutaneously administered insulins Anna Katrina Jógvansdóttir Gradel Veterinary Disease Biology/Novo Nordisk Jens Lykkesfeldt 01.03.2016
1 Dietary and microbial influence on gut and brain in early Karina Ryom Veterinary clinical and animal sciences Thomas Thymann 01.01.2016