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Else Kay Hoffmann
Else Kay Hoffmann

Emerita

  

OFFICIAL ADDRESS

                                        

Section of Cell and developmental Biology

Institute of Biology

University of Copenhagen
13,Universitetsparken

DK 2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark.

Phone: +45 35 32 16 95;                                                                                                               Fax: +45 35 32 15 67.
e-mail: ekhoffmann@bio.ku.dk

http://www2.imbf.ku.dk/CellSignalling/EKHoffmann/

http://www1.bio.ku.dk/english/research/cu/cf/cellevolumen/

 

HOME ADDRESS        

6 Holmevej, 2950 Vedbæk, Denmark.

 FAMILY                     

  Married to Erik Hoffmann, Aqua, DTU, Charlottenlund.

Two sons: Anders Nikolaj Hoffmann and Jakob Sebastian Hoffmann.

  

EDUCATION

  • 1972

 PhD, Univ. of Copenhagen, Faculty of Natural Sciences.

 

EMPLOYMENT

2009             Professor, Biological Institute , University of Copenhagen


1975- 2009    Assoc. Professor. The August Krogh Institute/Biological Institue Univ. of Copenhagen

1989             Guest Professor, University of Parma, Italy

1990-            Reader in Biochemistry, University of Copenhagen

2003             Guest Professor at St. Francis Xavier University, Canada.

 

 

HONOURS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, MEMB.SHIP OF PROF. SOCIETIES:


1982-1988    Danish Biological Society (Member of the Board)

1987-1990    Member of the Danish National Committee for IUBS

1987-            Honorary Member "Societa di Medicina e Scieze Naturali", Univ Parma

1988-            Member of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.

1989-1995    Member of the Danish National Committee for (IUPS)

1989-            "Danish Science Centre" (Member of the Board)

1989-1995    Member of the Danish Academy of Natural Sciences

1991-            Member of The New York Academy of Sciences

1990             Award for the Scientific work. Ellen and Hans Hermer´s Foundation.

1997             First Boylan Fellow. MDIBL, Maine

2003            James Chair Professor, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada

2011-           Chairman of the Danish National Committee for IUPS.

2011-            The Yasu Okada medal in appreciation of her " outstanding contribution to the mechanisms Accomplishing Cell Volume Regulation"

 

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

1990-1993   Member of the Faculty Board(Natural Sciences).

1992-1995   Member of The Danish Natural Science Research Council

1992 -         Member of the board of ´The Danish Weizmann Society

1998 -         External member of ´Facultad de medicina.Universidad de Santiago´

1980-1985   On the editorial board of J.Molecular Physiology.

1989 -         On the editorial board of Cell.Physiol. Biochem.

2007-           Section Leader of the "Cell and Developmental Biology"

 

External referee for  several foreign grant applications: National      Science Foundation, USA; The       Welcome Trust, England, Swiss National Science Foundation, Division Biology and Medicine and others. Opponent at doctor thesis and PhD theses in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Belgium and France. 

 

REFEREE WORK:

Biochim.Biophys.Acta; Am.J.Physiol. J.Membrane Biol.; J.Gen. Physiology; J.Physiol; Eur.J Physiology.; J. Exp. Biol. FASEB Journal, Ann Rev. Physiol.

 

EXPERIENCE IN RESEARCH MANAGEMENT.

 1.  Principal investigator of a long series of 3 years "rammebevillinger"  from the Danish National research Council since 1988, generally including 3-5 VIP scientists and several post docs and PhD students. Each in the range 1.200.000 to 2.400.000 kr

 

 2. Leader of "Fish Food, Biochemistry and Physiology",  center 2002- 2006 under SJVF involving 3 senior scientists, a post doc and 2 PhD students 3.810.000 Kr

 

INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS AND VISIT TO OTHER UNIVERSITIES:
Organizer (co organizer): 3 Conferences, 15 Symposia and 2 workshops 

 

Invited speaker: More than 80 congresses, Symposia or Conferences.

 Invited talks at other universities and scientific institutions:

Cornell Univ. New York; Duke University, Durham; Univ. Texas, San Antonio; Syracuse University; Univ. California, Davis; NIH, Bethesda;Univ.Parma, Italy; Sydney University; Max-Planck Institute, Dortmund; Univ. Munchen; Pomorske  Akademia  Medycyna, Scezecin, Poland; University of Rochester; Hospital of Sick Children, Toronto; University of Liverpool; School of Medicine, School of Medicine, Yale University, New Haven; Katholieke Universiteit  Leuven, Belgium; University of Pennsylvania Sch. Medicine, Philadelphia; University of Tübingen, Germany.; Albert-Ludwigs Universitat, Freiburg, Germany; Universidad de Chile, Santiago; University of Lecche, Italy; St. Francis Xavier University, Antegonish, Canada; Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf; University of Liverpool, England.  St. Francis Xavier University, Antegonish, A public lecture and a University Lecture. Canada. Sept. 2003. Carlsberg laboratory, Chemical department. Protein Chemistry Seminar series, dec. 2003. Invited lecturer, Universitätsklinikum, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf,  Düsseldorf, 2. march 2004. University of Liverpool, 2005. 

Guest scientist for longer periods at:  Department of Biology, Syracuse University, New York; Instituto di Patalogia Generale, Univ. Parma, Italy; University of Chile, Santiago, Chile samt Centro de Estudios Cietificos (CECS) Valdivia , Chile; Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, Maine, USA; St. Francis Xavier University, Antegonish, Canada. 

FOREIGN GUESTS:
15 foreign guests, periods from 2 month to 2 years

 EDUCATION: 20 Ph.D degrees and 80 master degrees.Presently 3 PhD- and 10 master students.

 

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