Anja Boisen

Anja Boisen

Head of Sections, Professor

Department of Health Technology

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 345C, room 123E

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Fax +45 45 88 77 62
ORCID 0000-0002-9918-6567

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DTU news

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09 DEC

Advanced microscopy at a lower cost

New paper in Nature Communications

Light sources Optics
08 AUG

EU grant for development of medical sensor

Professor Anja Boisen from DTU Health Tech receives Proof of Concept grant of DKK 1.1 million from the European Research Council.

Medical equipment and systems Health and diseases Optics Sensors Micro and nanotechnology
08 AUG

Autonomously propelled micro robots for catching and growing living cells

Through the combination of micro robotics and polymer engineering, researchers at DTU Health Tech have created a state-of-the-art micro robot.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Micro and nanotechnology Polymers Medicine and medico technology
04 MAR

Professor Anja Boisen appointed new member of the LEO Foundation Board of Trustees

The LEO Foundation appoints Professor Anja Boisen, DTU Health Tech, as one of the two new members of its Board of Trustees.

Medicine and medico technology
13 MAR

Paper selected as one of the top 10% of papers published in Lab on a Chip

Lidia Morelli and colleagues from Anja Boisen’s group at DTU Nanotech had their paper classified as a “Hot article” based on the high scores at peer review.

07 JUN

Medicine delivered with microcapsules

‘Oral drug delivery’—i.e. medication in pill form—does not work when it comes to diabetes patients, for example. DTU researchers have come up with a proposal for solving the problem.

Polymers Nanomedicine Medicine and medico technology
27 APR

IDUN Center Leader receives Alexander Foss gold medal

At the DTU Annual Ball IDUN Center Leader Anja Boisen received the Alexander Foss gold medal for research in the natural/technical sciences. Read more

16 MAR

IDUN Center Leader interviewed for the 10th anniversary of the ERC

The ERC is celebrating their 10th anniversary and has release a list of short movies about the projects they are supporting. You can find the movies  here   (bottom of the page). The movie called 'Impact' is featuring IDUN Center Leader Anja Boisen.

16 MAR

IDUN Center Leader appointed 3 more years in Innovation Fund Denmark

IDUN Center Leader Anja Boisen has been appointed as the deputy chairperson of Innovation Fund Denmark for 3 more years.  See the members of the board   here   (in Danish)

01 JAN

IDUN Center Leader interviewed for Danish radio

Center Leader Anja Boisen has been interviewed about her research for the Danish radion 24syv. The interview was done by the Danish journalist Lone Frank and broadcast on December 24th 2016. You can find the podcast  here.

Head of Centre, Professor Anja Boisen. Photo: Thorkild Christensen.
13 APR

IDUN, new Center of Excellence, to improve efficiency of oral drug delivery

The inauguration of the new Center of Excellence,  IDUN , marks the start of new research into drug delivery involving nano- and micro-capsules. The objective is to identify methods for delivering highly soluble medicine to the bodies of people suffering from HIV, diabetes and intestinal illnesses, for example.

Biotechnology and biochemistry
23 MAR

Nanocscale snitch

Silmeco, which recently won the Danish journal Ingeniøren’s entrepreneur award, is a DTU spin-out. The company’s nanotechnological product can reveal the presence of extremely small volumes of a substance.

Metals and alloys Nanoparticles Micro and nanotechnology Lasers Entrepreneurship Innovation and product development
07 NOV

Boost for basic research at DTU

For the first time in its history, DTU has been awarded three new basic research centres at the same time. The University now has a total of five.

27 MAR

DTU professor appointed to board of Danish Innovation Fund

Professor Anja Boisen from DTU is one of nine members who were appointed to the Board of the Danish Innovation Fund on 25 March. In 2014, the fund will award grants totalling DKK 1.6 billion.

Inside the gelatin sheath are hundreds of microcapsules, each smaller than a grain of sand. Photo: Jesper Scheel
01 JAN