Curriculum vitae


2013 – 2018 PhD student at Department of Biology at NTNU, within the ECOSHRUB project.
2010-2012 Master of Science in Biology, Aarhus University. Advisors: Anders Barfod and Henrik Balslev.
2006-2009 Bachelor of Science, Major Biology and Minor in Ecology and Physiology, Southern University of Denmark.

Professional experience

2013-2017 Floristikk – Plant identification course BA level. Leader and teaching assistant on lab and field course. 2013-2016.
Community Ecology BA level – teaching assistant, lab leader, and lecturer 2014-2016.
Plant Physiology BA level – lab leader 2013-2015.
Plant Ecology MA level – teaching assistant and lecturer 2018.
International conference and seminar presentations (2) and posters (2) and invited talks (1).
2012 Freelance consultant employed by Waterframe.
Intern as academic employee at Aarhus University.
Teaching, Secondary school in biology,  Sønderborg statsskole.

Communication and public outreach

2017  Interviewed by BBC live radio Newday 24.11.2017
Interviewed by I Haugen, Overraskende funn om karbonlagring. English: Meadows beat out shrubs when it comes to carbon storage. Gemini, 08.11.17.
2011-2012 Student assistant employed by Natural History Museum in Aarhus.
2008-2009 Writer on “Det Globale Eventyr” –  employed by Southern University of Denmark.
2007-2009  “Rullende biolog” – Communication of biology, employed by Fur Museum and Limfjordsmuseet.

 Grants achieved

 2017 PhD Strategic travel grant from The Department of Biology for research stay The University of Arizona (50.000 NOK)
 2016  PhD travel grant from The Department of Biology for ECOSUMMIT conference (10.000 NOK)
 2015  I.K. Lykkes fond for field work in Dovre Mountains (20.000 NOK)
 2014  Nansenfondet for CO2 equipment (co applicant) (30.000 NOK)
 2014  Norklima for research stay at The University of Arizona (co applicant/benifitter)
 2011 Scholarship of the Faculty (Fakultetsstipendium) for the master project (10.000 DKK), Aarhus university.
Aarhus Oliefabriks Fond for General purposes (10.000 DKK) fot the master project.
2009 Moruds legat (10.000 DKK), a grant for the stay in Uganda.