Peter Østrup Jensen
Blegdamsvej 3B, 2200 København N, 24 Bygning 24, Building: 24-1-14
Curriculum vitae for
Peter Østrup Jensen
Date of Birth: 09.02.1962
Address: Costerton Biofilm Center, Department of Immunology and Microbiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Blegdamsvej 3B, Bygn. 24.1.26, 2200 København.
Institute for Inflammation Research, Center for Rheumatology and Spine Diseases, Rigshospitalet, Bldg 7522, Ole Maaløesvej 24, 2200 København.
KMA, Rigshospitalet, Bldg 7602, Ole Maaløesvej 26, 2200 København.
Master of Science (Biology), University of Copenhagen 1991
Ph.D., Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen 2003
Scholarship at The Finsen Laboratory, Copenhagen 1989-1991
Research assistant at the Isotope Central, Copenhagen 1991
Research fellowship at The Finsen laboratory, Copenhagen 1992-1998
Clinical assistant at KMA, Rigshospitalet, 1999-2003
Research assistant at Center for Biomedical Microbiology, DTU 2003
Post doc at KMA, Rigshospitalet, 2004-2006
Head of the Phagocyte Laboratory, KMA, Rigshospitalet 2006-2016
Associate Professor at Costerton Biofilm Center, Department of Immunology and Microbiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen 2017-
Researcher at the Phagocyte Laboratory, KMA, Rigshospitalet 2017-
Researcher at the Institute for Inflammation Research, Rigshospitalet 2017-
Research interest: Effect of the inflammatoryresponse on the chemical micro-environment.
Publications: 107 peer reviewed papers, 1 editorial, 8 book chapters, 1 book, and 3 proceedings. 2 manuscripts are under review. Citations in Google Scholar: 7709. H-index: 43. Citations in Web of Science: 5179. H-index: 36. 7 highly cited papers in field.
Editorial duties: Editor-in-Chief at APMIS. More than 50 reviews for more than 25 scientific journals.
Supervision: 8 PhD students, 6 Master students, 4 Bachelor students.
Teaching: Lectures in flow cytometry on 2 post-graduate courses at Aarhus University, lectures in immune response to biofilm on 6 post graduate courses at University of Copenhagen, oral presentations on more than 20 international scientific meetings, co-organizer of Eurobiofilms 2011. Organizer of the bi-weekly scientific seminars at KMA, Rigshospitalet 2006-2016.
Research fellowship. Donated by the Danish Cancer Society. 1992-1995.
Ph.D study at Rigshospitalet. Donated by Rigshospitalet. 2000-2002.
Ph.D study. Donated by University of Copenhagen. 2010-2012
CCC-Biotech-programme: 1.414.000 dkr. 2014-2017
“Paradigm lost – Chronic infections take the place of acute infections – Microscope”: 3.297.904 dkr donated by The Lundbeck Foundation. 2013.
The 5 year Ph.D. project with integrated Masters “Role of Denitrification in Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infection and antibiotic tolerance” donated by The Lundbeck Foundation. 2015-2019.
“Better hydrogen peroxide sensors for studying bacterial infections and immune responses": 6.326.078 dkr donated by The Danish Council for Independent Research | Technology and Production Sciences. 2016-2018.
“The role of polymorphonuclear leucocytes in the establishment of chronic infections”: 1.575.000 dkr donated by The Lundbeck Foundation . 2017-2018.