Camilla S.Colding-Christensen

Camilla S.Colding-Christensen

Postdoc

Knowledge of languages

Danish (first language)

English (fluent)

Work experience

2017-

Postdoc

Developing a mass spectrometry-based technology for investigating ubiquitination in Xenopus Laevis

University of Copenhagen

NNF CPR

Prof. Michael Lund Nielsen

2016-2017

Postdoc

Completion and publication of PhD thesis manuscript

University of Copenhagen,

Department of Biology

Prof. Michael Lisby

2012-2013

Research assistant

Metagenomics

University of Copenhagen,

Department of Biology

Prof. Karsten Kristiansen

2009-

2012

Student assistant

Administrative and laboratory ad hoc, database programming and administration.

University of Copenhagen,

Department of Biology

Prof. Karsten Kristiansen

 

Education

2016

PhD Molecular Biomedicine, Thesis title:

Regulation of replication recovery and genome integrity: Cdc48-mediated turnover of Mrc1 and Cmr1 in INQ

Model organism: Saccharomyces cerevisiae

University of Copenhagen,

Department of Biology

Prof. Michael Lisby

2012

M.Sc. Molecular Biomedicine, Thesis title:

Functional characterization of the monomethyltransferase SET8 in genomic integrity

Model organism: Mammalian cell culture

University of Copenhagen,

BRIC

Assoc. Prof. Claus Sørensen

2010

B.Sc. Molecular Biomedicine, Thesis title:

Adenosine triphosphate release from pancreatic acinar cells with noxious stimuli

Model organism: Mice (isolated primary pancreatic acini)

University of Copenhagen, Department of Biology

Prof. Ivana Novak

 

 

 

Volunteer activity

2018

Head of the local organizing committee for the 2018 ENABLE symposium

University of Copenhagen

NNF CPR

2014

Head of the 2014 BIO PhD Day organizing committee

University of Copenhagen,

Department of Biology

2016

Consultant for the new yeast exhibition

Experimentarium, Copenhagen

 

Work and educational travelling activity

2018

66th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics

Poster presentation

San Diego, California, USA

2015

3 month visit during PhD

Biochemical experiments

Max Planck institute for biochemistry and neurobiology

Boris Pfander

2015

27th international conference on yeast genetics and molecular biology

Poster presentation

Levico Terme, Trentino, Italy

2013

EMBO: The DNA Damage Response in Cell Physiology and Disease

Poster presentation

Cape Sunio, Greece

2013

EMBO: Ubiquitin and Ubiquitin-like proteins: From Structure to Function

Poster presentation

Riva del Garda, Italy

2010

Laboratory work during employment as student assistant

Metagenomics

University of Gothenburg,

Wallenberg Laboratory

Education

PhD Molecular Biomedicine

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