Julie Gehl

Julie Gehl

Clinical Professor

Education:

Medical Doctor, University of Copenhagen 1991

Specialist recognition, Oncology, 2006.

 

Distinctions:

Gold medal for research, 1986. University of Copenhagen

Doctoral thesis 2003, Univeristy of Copenhagen. Title: Electroporation for drug and gene delivery.

Clinical Research Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen. 2006.

Royal Swedish Academy of Science Research Fellow, 2009

 

Honorary awards

Fabrikant Ulrik Brink og hustru Marie Brinchs legat, Technical University of Denmark 2010.

 

Employment:

1991-1992: Internship, Copenhagen County, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

1992-1995: Residency (clinical oncology), Herlev Hospital, University of Copenhagen. 1996-2000: Clinical Research Assistant, Dept. Of Oncology, Herlev Hospital, University of Copenhagen.

2000-2002: Residency (clinical oncology), National University Hospital, Denmark.

2002-2005: Completion of board certification combined with position as Senior Researcher, Dept. Of Oncology, Herlev Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

2005-2006: Internal Medicine, Herlev Hospital.

2006-2009: Technology Ambassador, Herlev Hospital

2006-2008: Senior Resident (‘Afdelingslæge’), head and neck oncology.

01.09.06- : Clinical Research Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen.

01.10.08- : Consultant, Head and Neck Oncology, Department of Oncology, Herlev Hospital.

 

Research abroad:

1998: Three months at Institut Gustave-Roussy, Villejuif France, Laboratory of Lluis M. Mr.

 

Research Management Training:

2004-2005: Course on Research Management organized by University  of Aarhus and the Danish Research Agency.

2007-2008. Research Management Course (RMC-7), Copenhagen Business School.


Principal investigator in the following projects:

2002-3: Partner, Cliniporator project, under the 5th FP of the European Commission.

2003-5: Partner, ESOPE project, under the 5th FP, European Commission.

2005-9: Partner, ANGIOSKIN project, under the 6th FP, European Commission.

2008-2012: Partner, project on drug and gene delivery to brain, supported by the Danish National Advanced Science Foundation (Højteknologifonden).

Several clinical trials on electroporation based drug and gene delivery.

Research projects funded by the Danish Research Agency and Lundbeckfonden.

 

International Commitments:

-         Elected Chairperson, 2010 Gordon Research Conference on Bioelectrochemistry

-         Reviewer for numerous peer reviewed journals

-         Evaluator for EUs 6th Framework Program

-         Co-organiser, chairperson, discussion leader on several international workshops and conferences.

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