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Current Position: PhD fellow at the Section for Plant Biochemistry, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Education: MSc in Biology-Biotechnology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Non-scientific interests: Gardening, art, traveling
Brief Bio: I am fascinated by plants’ ability to synthesize complex bioactive specialized metabolites. My research focuses on the biosynthesis, evolution and physiological function of specialized metabolites in different plants species. I am particularly interested in the cytochrome P450 superfamily and their redox-partners. Together, these membrane-bound enzymes play key roles in metabolite biosynthesis, which ultimately allow plants to respond and interact with their biotic and abiotic environment.