Olga Sosnovtseva

Olga Sosnovtseva

Lektor


Education

  • 2007–2009 Ph. D. in Human Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Marburg, Germany

  • 1992–1996 Ph. D. in Physics and Mathematics, Department of Physics, Saratov State University, Russia

  • 1984–1989 BSc., MSc. in Physics, Department of Physics, Saratov State University, Russia

Employment

  • 2009–now Professor, MSO, Depatment of Biomedical Sciences, KU

  • 2005–2009 Associate Professor, Department of Physics, DTU

  • 2001–2005 Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, DTU

  • 1999–2001 Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Saratov State University

  • 1999 Postdoc, Chungbuk National University, South Korea

 

Grants

  • 2013-2016 Named participant in UCPH’s 2016 Funds: Dynamical Systems - Mathematical Modeling and Statistical Methodology for the Social, Health and Natural Sciences

  • 2009–2013 Principal investigator, The Danish Council for Independent Research/Natural Sciences, In vivo Raman spectroscopy and mechanism-based modeling of erythrocyte properties: Revealing biomarkers of pathological conditions

  • 2007–2010 Principal investigator, The Danish Council for Independent Research/Natural Sciences, Mechanism-Based Modeling of Cellular Interactions: From Physics to Systems Biology

  • 2008–2010 Named participant, The Danish Council for Independent Research/Medical Sciences, Cell-Cell Communication and Synchronization in the Renal Microvasculature in Normo- and Hypertensive Rats

  • 2008–2010 Workpackage leader, Lundbeck Foundation Grant, MultiscaleIntercellular Communications: From Experiment to Mechanism-Based Modeling

  • 2004–2009 Scientific administrator during proposal preparation, European Network of Excellence: BioSim—A new tool in drug development


Thesis supervision

  • 2 BS, 5 MSc thesis projects, 7 PhD students

 

Commitments of trust

  • 2014-now Grant application reviewer, Swedish Research Council

  • 2012 Grant application reviewer, Medical Research Council, Optical Microscopy, UK

  • 2012 Grant application reviewer, Portuquese Foundation for Science and Technology

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