Lotte Lauritzen

Lotte Lauritzen

Professor MSO

 

Education

1991: MSc in Biology, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen (KU)

1995: PhD in Cellular Physiology, Faculty of Science, KU

 

Scientific positions

1991:Res Assistant, Dept. of Biological Chemistry, August Krogh Institute, KU

1992-1994:PhD student, Dept of Biology, Royal Danish School of Pharmacy

1995-1997:Ass Professor, Dept of Biology, Danish Pharmaceutical University

1997-2002:Ass Professor, Dept Hum Nutr, Royal Agricult Veterinary University

2002-2017:Assoc Professor, Dept of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports (NEXS), KU

2017-:Professor, Section of Pediatric and International Nutrition, NEXS, KU

Maternity leave: Sep 1993-Mar 1998, Apr-Sep 1997, and Feb-Sep 2002

 

Research areas

Bioactive lipids, essential fatty acids, growth and development, metabolic effect of diet in infancy, childhood, adolescence and in adults, cognition and brain function, mechanisms of action, diet-gene interaction

 

Research management

  • Involved in numerous observational and experimental studies in children and adults over the past 20 years.
  • PI and/or daily leader of 9 human intervention studies with 60-200 participants and teams of dieticians, bio-analysts, PhD and MSc students.
  • WP leader in several Danish research collaborations
  • Total funding round 19 mill DKK mainly from national Danish research agencies
  • Collaboration with researchers from Canada, Australia, USA, UK, NL, Italy, Sweden, Finland and Norway and researcher at other departments, universities or research institutes in Denmark

 

Research evaluation and education

  • Deputy editor of British Journal of Nutrition, editorial board member of Maternal and Child Nutrition, and reviewer for various international scientific journals (Publons)
  • Working group member among other on dietetic products for EFSA and the fat expert group for the Nordic Nutrition Recommendations (2012)
  • Member of organizer committees for ISSFAL congress satellites, congress sessions (European Academy of Childhood Disabilities 2015), and Danish Society of Nutrition annual meeting from 2003-2014
  • Evaluations of grant application for a number of research councils and international assessor on >20 PhD theses
  • Counseling tasks for ministries, the Danish consumer association, and Danish Aquariums
  • Supervisor of >15 PhD students, >70 MSc & 27 BSc students
  • Mentoring and didactic education of 18 Assistant Professors/Post.Docs

 

Publication overview

  • H-index: 30, mean total citation per paper: 29 (Web of Science January 2019)
  • Publications in total (2019): >100 peer-reviewed original research papers, 11 reviews, and 7  comments and letters (first or senior author on 66%)
  • Author of 9 contributions to published proceeding books and textbooks
  • Invited speaker on >20 scientific congresses, participation at >75 and author of >150 abstracts

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