Ditte Caroline Andersen
The flagship is loaded with stem cells
On the occasion of Stembrace’s appointment as SDU’s and OUH’s Flagship Centre, professor Ditte Caroline Andersen, who heads the centre, explains the exciting scientific journey she has been on with the development of stem cell treatment, which may reform treatment approaches for many diseases in the future.
Claus Trap Christensen
– I don't think we realised how big it actually was
Claus Trap Christensen has worked at the University of Southern Denmark for the past 15 years. In honour of the occasion, he reflects on his time at the University, where he has been responsible for a department whose importance has only become clearer over the years – culminating in March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic turned our working lives upside down.
‘Our reason for being is to help when we’re needed by the police and society’
A legend in forensic medicine is now changing down a gear after 27 years as deputy state-appointed forensic pathologist at the Department of Forensic Medicine at SDU. In this month’s profile, Peter Juel Thiis Knudsen talks about making his mark on forensic medicine and how he deals with a working life filled with tragedies.
Nina Dietz Legind
Professor of Law celebrates her jubilee
Professor Nina Dietz Legind completed 25 years of employment at the University of Southern Denmark on 1 August. In honour of the anniversary, the seasoned researcher talks about her time at the University, where she has played a decisive role in building the academically strong Department of Law that exists today.
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