NATIONAL FOOD INSTITUTE
National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

Flemming Jessen, Senior Scientist

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., Cell Membrane Physiology, University of Copenhagen (1988)

Research profile

Major scientific areas: The influence of composition and condition of live fish on technological and sensory quality of products. Proteome analysis of fish muscle in relation to quality (sensory properties) and authenticity. Proteolytic protein changes in fish and fish products during iced and frozen storage. Bioactive fish peptides.

Publications

Flemming Jessenhas published 60 peer reviewed journal papers in the area of research and contributed to 7 books and provided papers/posters at more than 35 conferences.

Reference: http://www.dtu.dk/Service/Telefonbog/Person?id=1122&tab=5&qt=dtupersonquery#tabs

NATIONAL FOOD INSTITUTE
National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

Ioannis S. Chronakis, Associate professor

Academic Degrees: Ph.d. (Physical - Colloid Chemistry & Technology of Functional Bio macromolecules), Cranfield University, Great Britain

Research profile

Main research topics: Bio-macromolecular Nanotechnology - Functional Electro-spun Nano-microstructures. Research is concentrated on their development and application in areas such as food, bio-engineering (e.g. tissue engineering). bio-pharmaceuticals, bio-sensors, filters, membranes and electronics.

Publications

Ioannis S. Chronakis has published 68 peer reviewed journal papers in the area of research, contributed to 8 books and provided papers/posters for more than 5 conferences.

Reference: http://www.dtu.dk/english/Service/Phonebook/Person?id=59285&tab=5&qt=dtupersonquery#tabs


 

University of Copenhagen,   
Dept. of Pharmacy, Section for Pharmaceutical Design and Drug Delivery.

Jette Jacobsen, Associate professor at the Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, since 2000.

Academic Degrees

PhD (pharm.)    

Research profile

The research focuses on obtaining fundamental knowledge about drug delivery to the oral cavity and the intestinal (lymphatic) system. Present research concentrates on in vitro-in vivo correlation and development and validation of biorelevant in vitro methods to study oromucosal toxicity and permeability of drugs and excipients.

Publications

She has contributed to 33 peer reviewed journal papers in the area of research.

Reference:  http://forskning.ku.dk/search/profil/?id=321763


 

University of Aalborg (Denmark),   
Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department for Health Sciences and Technology

Lars Arendt, Head of Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department for Health Sciences and Technology, University of Aalborg.

Academic Degrees

Professor, Dr. Med. Sci., Ph.D. FRSM

Research profile

Lars Arendt's research activities have been concentrated on translational pain research with focus on human pain assessment, human pain bio-markers, drug profiling, and interaction between pain and motor control.

Publications

Lars Arendt has published 830 peer reviewed journal papers in the area of pain assessment, pain bio-markers, musculoskeletal and visceral pain, motor control and profiling of analgesic and anti-inflammatory compounds. Edited five books and been guest editor for two international journals.

 

Reference:   http://www.smi.hst.aau.dk/members/lan/


 

Aalborg University (Denmark),   
Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department for Health Sciences and Technology

Shellie Boudreau, Assistant Professor since 2012, Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Department for Health Sciences and Technology, Aalborg University.

Academic Degrees

PhD Health Science and Technology (2009).

Research profile

 Shellie Boudreau's activities have been concentrated on translational pain research with focus on human pain assessment, human pain bio-markers, drug profiling, and interaction between pain and motor control.

Publications

Shellie Boudreau has published 23 peer reviewed journal papers in the area of pain assessment, pain bio-markers, musculoskeletal and visceral pain, motor control and profiling of analgesic and anti-inflammatory compounds.  

Reference:  http://vbn.aau.dk/en/persons/shellie-boudreau(39cc71e3-929b-414b-86bb-bad3cdd2be90).html