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3 years of expertise in communicating medical and product related information and messages internally throughout the organization through intranet, meetings, e-mail communication, newsletters, printed information and social media. Previous to this, 14 years of expertise setting up animal models for pharmacological research in areas for safety pharmacology and disease pharmacology (ARDS, osteoporosis, secondary hyperparathyroidism, IBD and renal disease). Testing of relevant candidates in animal models, analysis, reporting and presentation of data in-house. Participation in relevant project groups in R&D. Imaging analysis using VIS system. Member of the Animal Welfare and Ethical committee at LEO Pharma. Evaluation of in-licensing opportunities within nephrology and critical care. Specialties within R&D: Pharmacology, Nephrology, Imaging, Actinic keratosis


Current Experience

  • Communication and Liaison manager
    Since March 2013
    In my position I am responsible for communicating throughout the company on our anti coagulant product. Communication encompasses everything from updates on current or new projects, results and messages from Clinical Trials, competitor monitoring, expansion of product range, improvement of product range, educating Corporate and Affiliates on manufacturing processes of our products, importance of the product and sales for the Company, setting up and conducting celebration milestones for the project. Communication mainly takes place through our intranet, video conferences, face to face meetings, e-mails, meetings, electronic newsletter and printed information material. Although I have no accredited communication degree, my passion for communication lies within targetting each distinctive audience with the right level of information, delivered through the most relevant channel, hereby ensuring that it becomes true communiccation in stead of just information.

  • Principal Research Scientist, Disease Pharmacology
    Since March 1999

Past Experience

  • Head of Section, Inflammation and Nephrology Disease
    December 2000 --- May 2004

  • R&D Scientist
    April 1998 --- March 1999
    Setting up SOP system in research facility. Testing vaccines/new vaccine components in animals.


Self Assessment :
AdaptabilityAnalytical thinkingAttention to detailAuthenticityCollaborationCommunicativeCoordinationCritical thinkingCuriosityEfficiencyFlexibilityIndependenceInterest in knowledgePerspectiveProactivityProblem solvingResponsibilityResult OrientedSelf-confidenceSociabilityTrustSelf-discipline


Self Assessment :
Animal models Biostatistics Phase I R&D Scientific writingActions and modes of action of drugs in the human speciesAdverse Events (AE)AnesthesiaAnimal HealthAnimal ModelsAnimal trialBioavailabilityBiologyBiomedical SciencesBusiness DevelopmentBusiness IntelligenceCancerClinical DevelopmentClinical study reportsCommercializationCommunication SkillsComplianceCROData AnalysisDrug DevelopmentDrug development processDrug DiscoveryDue DiligenceEarly development stageEnglishEthics submission and approval processFDAGlobal MarketingGood Laboratory Practice (GLP)GraphPad PrismHuman AnatomyIn VivoKnowledge of the drug development processLaboratory Animal MedicineLaboratory study designLaboratory TechniquesLife SciencesMarketingMarketing CommunicationsMedicineMedical oncology Medical writingMicrosoft ExcelMicrosoft OfficeMicrosoft PowerpointMicrosoft WordMultilingualNephrologyoncologyOutlookPathologyPharmaceutical DevelopmentPharmaceutical IndustryPharmaceutical ResearchPharmaceutical SciencesPharmaceuticalsPharmacodynamicsPharmacokineticspharmacologyPhases of clinical development (phase I to IV)PhysiologyPowerPointPre-clinical researchPreclinical developmentPreclinical regulations and practicesPreclinical ResearchPreclinical SafetyPresentation SkillsPresentationsProblem SolvingReport WritingResearchSalesScientific CommunicationsScientific WritingSearch literature on clinical trialsSocial MediaStandard Operating Procedure (SOP)Statistical Data AnalysisSurgeryToxicologyUnderstand how results translate to practiceUnderstanding of regulatory guidelinesVeterinary Medicine
LinkedIn Assessment :
InflammationoncologyImagingResearchCommunicationpharmacologyIn VivoAnimal ModelsDermatologyDrug DevelopmentVaccinesDrug DiscoveryPharmaceutical IndustryImmunologySOPNon-Melanoma Skin CancerR&DClinical Development


  • D.V.M in from Den Kongelige Veterinære og Landbohøjskole in 1996
  • Student in Matematisk Naturfaglig from Ikast Gymnasium in 1990


BrightOwl Assessment:
Self Assessment:
Full Proficiency

Work Preferences

  • Locations I am interested in:
    Ballerup, Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark Herlev, Denmark
  • Work From Home:
    Yes, 0 to 1 days per week
  • Work Regime:
    Permanent position :    75-100% FTE
    BrightOwl employee :    75-100% FTE
  • International:

Area / Region

Ballerup, Denmark


Driving License
  • No