Postdoc Dr. Sofie Lautrup receives Ph.D. Award from Aarhus University

Postdoc Dr. Sofie Lautrup has received the prestigious ´Ph.D. Award´from her alma mater, Aarhus University, Denmark on 28 June 2019.

News from Aarhus University: http://mbg.au.dk/en/news-and-events/scientific-talks/annual-meetings/2019/phd-awards/

Sofie H. Lautrup and Oskar Franch were awarded the Kjeld Marcker PhD Award 2019 at the annual meeting of the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics on Friday 28 June 2019. 

The chairman of the PhD programme committe Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer presented the awards to the two prize winners with the following reasons for the selection of these two former PhD students:

Sofie Lautrup has a number of publications in journals with high impact factors and presented her work at several international meetings with oral presentations. She was also actively communicated science to the general public, by writing a popular science article, and by frequently teaching elementary and high school students. During her PhD she received several national and international travel grants, including the prestigious Dronning Margrethe II rejselegat. A very important aspect of her additional activities was her engagement in the MBG PhD Association, where she served in the board and actively participated in the planning and coordination of the first three PhD conferences.
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Opening of the Hong Kong-Nordic Research Network





A newly established network with three founding members – The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Hong Kong SAR; The University of Oslo (UiO), Norway; and the University of Copenhagen (KU), Denmark – the Hong Kong-Nordic research network can be a driving force for the interchange of ideas between the universities, and help promote world leading research. This will be achieved by putting people in touch with each other to set up research collaborations, which will also be boosted by the great exchange opportunities offered by the universities. Both students and researchers will be given this opportunity. This will be a good way for scientists and students to expand their horizon and knowledge, and of course to meet with other peers. The network hope to foster groundbreaking research by establishing joint research collaborations.
Website:https://noage100.com/the-hong-kong-nordic-research-network/

Contact: 
The Nordic network coordinator Evandro F. Fang (e.f.fang@medisin.uio.no) and the Hong Kong network coordinator W.Y. Chan (chanwy@cuhk.edu.hk).