Hannelouise Kissow

Hannelouise Kissow

Associate Professor


13.09.12: PhD from University of Copenhagen

30.09.08: Authorization from SST to work independently as a doctor (B-authorization)

19.01.06: Medical Doctor, University of Copenhagen

01.09.00: Scholarship at Medical Anatomy, University of Copenhagen                                

01.09.97: Matriculated at Medical School, University of Copenhagen


Nov.16-present: Associate Professor at BMI, University of Copenhagen

Oct.12-Oct.16: Assistant Professor at BMI, University of Copenhagen,

Oct.11-Nov.12: Research Assistant at NNF Center for Basic Metabolic Research

Oct.08-Nov.11: Ph. D.-student at BMI, University of Copenhagen

Apr.06-Nov.08: Resident General Practice and Hvidovre Hospital

Management experience


I have served as an independent research leader of Gut Hormone Biology (since 2013). I have been a PI of several research projects, latest Dietary fiber as a nutraceutical to protect against intestinal diseases funded from Lundbeck.


I am highly involved in pre-graduate teaching at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. I serve as a course leader responsible for anatomy teaching of medical students at 5th semester and have teaching obligations in anatomy and histology. This also includes management of teaching staff, preparing exams etc. I have been a member of the Study Board of Medicine since 2016 and member of the dispensation committee since 2018. I am appointed as work environment leader and have been a member of the working environment committee (LAMU) since 2018.

Supervision of students

Course in Supervision of PhD students April 2014

Supervisor of three PhD students, three master students and 10 bachelor students

Examiner of two thesis from University of Adelaide and one from University of Gothenburg

Chair of the assessment committees for several PhD students from the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Other scientific qualifications

Associate Editor Frontiers in Endocrinology Gut Endocrinology

Guest Editor Biomedicines

Peer Review International Journal of Experimental Pathology, British Journal of Nutrition

Diabetes, Endocrinology, Health Research Board

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