Anja Thoe Fuglsang
Regulation of yeast and plant plasma membrane H+-ATPases.
The focus of my research group is to identify and elucidate signal transduction pathways regulating the activity of plasma membrane H+-ATPases as response to both abiotic and biotic stresses. Our focus is on protein kinases, phosphatases and signalling peptides.
A broad range of techniques within biochemistry, bioimaging, molecular biology and biophysics are employed. We have developed pH biosensors especially for in vivo measuring of pH as response to physiological changes.
Expertise within the area of protein-protein interactions, phospho-proteomics, molecular biology, heterologous expression and molecular plant physiology.
Professor in Plant Signalling
Head of Section for Transport Biology, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences
1999 Ph.D in Plant Biochemistry, KVL
1995 Cand. Agro, Plant Molecular Biology, KVL
2020- Professor in Plant Signalling
2016-2018: Deputy Head of Research, Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences
2013-2020:Associate professor, Dept. of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen (former KVL)
2012-2016: Head of Study program in Biology-Biotechnology (BSc and MSc)
2007- 2012: Associate professor, Dept.of Plant Biology and Biotechnology, KVL, LIFE and University of Copenhagen
2002-2006: Assistant professor, Dept. of Plant Biology, KVL
2001: Post doc. INRA, Montpellier, France
1999-2000: Post doc KVL, Denmark
Mainly involved in the Education in Biotechnology:
Heterologous expression (LBIK10136) for 4th year students. 15 ECTS, (course responsible)
Experimental Molecular Biology (NPLB17003U) for 2nd year students, 15 ECTS.
Project in Experimental Molecular Biology (NPLB17004U), or 2nd year students, 15 ECTS.
Bachelor and Master projects.