Nicole Lind Henriksen
Sektion, Comparative Pediatrics and Nutrition
Dyrlægevej 68, 1870 Frederiksberg C, 1-73
2018-2021: PhD fellow, Section Comparative Pediatrics and Nutrition, Copenhagen University
PhD project: Fat emulsifiers to improve neurocognitive development in a preterm piglet model
In my PhD project I am investigating how different fat emulsifiers in milk affect neonatal health and development using a preterm pig model. The main focus area is neurocognitive development with secondary endpoints in growth, immunity, gut maturation/health/function.
2010-2016: MSc Veterinary medicine (Companion animal specialization), Copenhagen University
Master thesis: Comparison of canine intradermal and in vitro serum allergy tests
2016-2018: Research assistant, Veterinary Pathology, Copenhagen University
Research areas: Implant associated osteomyelitis in pigs, forensic bruising in pigs, sticky mink kits
Other relevant education:
Course in Laboratory animal science, FELASA category ABD
Medical and surgical experimental animal work, primarily with pigs. This includes working with a preterm pig model with a nutritional and organ developmental focus, a pig model of implant-associated osteomyelitis and a pig model of forensic bruising.
In vivo behavioural testing such as open-field, novel object recognition and spatial plus maze
Ex vivo analyses such as gross pathology, histopathology, immunohistochemistry, conventional microbiology and imaging
Forenisc pathological casework