CV Stine Falsig Pedersen – Department of Biology - University of Copenhagen

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CV - Stine Falsig Pedersen, PhD, Professor (March 2018)

PERSONAL DATA
Born: March 28 1967, Copenhagen, Denmark
Personal status: Married, 2 children (Maternity leave: 2 x 8 months, 2000, 2005)
Address: H.A. Clausensvej 25, Gentofte, Denmark
Contact: +45 20991555; sfpedersen@bio.ku.dk

EDUCATION
1997 PhD, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (UCPH)
1994 MSc, UCPH

POSITIONS HELD
2013- Full Professor, Dept. of Biology (BIO), UCPH, Denmark
2006 Associate Professor, BIO, UCPH, Denmark
2003 Assistant professor, Inst. of Mol. Biology, UCPH, Denmark
2001 Postdoc, UC Davis School of Medicine, Davis, CA, USA
2000 Postdoc, August Krogh Inst., UCPH, Denmark

AWARDS AND HONORS
2003-2005 Carlsberg Foundation postdoc fellow
2003 New investigator award, MDI Biol. Laboratories, ME, USA
2003 Bodil Schmidt-Nielsen fellowship, MDI Biol. Laboratories

SCIENTIFIC FOCUS AREAS
Acid-base transport; cell biology; signaling; membrane protein structure-function

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (SELECTED)
L. Pardo, F. Alves, MPI Göttingen; C. Stock, Hannover Med School; A. Schwab, U. Münster; A. Kapus, U. Toronto; L. Counillon, U. Nice; C. Rovira, U. Lund; D. Drew, U. Stockholm

SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS
Supervised 12 PhD students, 7 postdocs, >50 MSc students
Frequent PhD thesis opponent/committee chairman (DK, UK, Sweden, Canada, France)
Extensive teaching at BSc-, MSc and PhD level since 2006
Head of BIO Mentor program (2010-15). 

MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE (SELECTED)
2008-10 Research Management course, Cph. Business School
2008-9 Project Management I-II, Implement Consulting
2006- Head of 10+ person research group

BIBLIOMETRICS AND INVITED TALKS
h-factor: 37; Citations: 4201 (ISI WoS, Jan. 2018)
114 peer-reviewed publications

Main invited international talks since 2014:

2014:   CSMB Annual meeting, Banff, CA; Satellite meeting, pH regulation at the plasma membrane, Banff, CA; University of Toronto, CA, ISPDC meeting on pH regulation in Cancer, Slovakia

2015:   Université de Nice (Jan); Karolinska, Stockholm (Feb); Biomedical transporters, Lugano (Aug); INCA 2015, London, UK (Sept), ISCaM Venice (Sept), ICMM annual meet., DK (Nov)

2016:   Aarhus University (May), Gordon conference on Membrane Transport Proteins, Tuscany Italy (June), Bodil Schmidt-Nielsen Symposium, Novo Foundation, Copenhagen (Sept), ISCaM Bruxelles (Oct), Schloss Ringberg Max Planck Göttingen Symposium (Oct)

2017:    Universite de Nice, France (Guest professor seminar, March); invited: Acta Physiol Symposium pH regulation, Sandbjerg Estate, Denmark (May); Christiansson Syndrome Symposium, Monteal, CA (June), Transporter days Münster, DE (keynote speaker) (Oct).

2018:   Novo Nordisk Preclinical Research (Jan)

MAIN CURRENT FUNDING
2015-17 Carlsberg Foundation (0.3 mio DKK)
2015-18 DFF-FNU (co-applicant, 6.2 mio DKK)
2016-19 Novo Synergy (co-applicant, 15 mio DKK)
2016-19 DFF-FNU (2.3 mio DKK)
2017-18 Novo Nordisk Foundation (0.437 mio DKK)

POSITIONS OF TRUST (SELECTED)
Board of Directors, Int. Society for Cancer Metabolism (ISCaM) 2014-current
Chair, Dept. of Biology Strategic Research Committee 2014-2016
Board of Directors, Int. Society for Proton Dynamics in Cancer 2010-2012

REFEREE AND EDITORIAL WORK (SELECTED)
Editorial Board Member, Pflügers Archiv; Section Editor, Compr. Physiology (APS, USA)
Grant evaluator for NSF, USA; Inst. Nat. du Cancer, France, MRC UK; IUF France
Ad Hoc reviewer for: Oncology, Cell Rep., Science, Sci Rep, Nat Comm, Cancer Res, Cancer Letters