Anja Boisen

Anja Boisen

Head of Sections, Professor

DTU HEALTH TECH
Department of Health Technology

Technical University of Denmark

Ørsteds Plads

Building 345C, room 123E

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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E-mail aboi@dtu.dk
ORCID 0000-0002-9918-6567

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20 OCT

Fluorine brought from the inorganic realm to bacterial cell factories

In a new study, researchers has succeeded in implanting a fluorination pathway in bacteria, an achievement that paves the way towards future biological production of fluorinated compounds.

Biotechnology and biochemistry Bacteria and microorganisms
22 SEP

Two DTU projects join BII Faculty with 3-year development grants

Professor Thomas Lars Andresen from DTU Health Tech will become part of BII Faculty with the project 'Locally Sustained Gene Therapy' with a development grant of up to DKK 18 million over 3 years from BioInnovation Institute.  He will join Professor Anja Boisen from DTU Health Tech who was confimed part of BII Faculty this summer...

10 AUG

Project at Health Tech aims to monitor drugs in cancer patients

Researchers from DTU Health Tech are developing a miniaturized tabletop device that can perform therapeutic drug monitoring on a single drop of blood in a matter of minutes. The project recently received a three-year development grant of DKK 18 million from BioInnovation Institute.

Photo: PR Nerve smart systems
06 JUL

New battery technology to ensure green and fast charging of electric cars

Long waiting times at the common charging stations and risk of overloading the electricity grid in peak periods – these are the two main challenges when electric cars become part of our everyday life. New battery technology will ensure that electric cars can be recharged with green energy without straining the power grid.

Energy
Peter Ouma Okeyo_DTU Health Tech
06 MAR

Easier and more sensitive method for drug characterisation

Postdoc Peter Ouma Okeyo and his colleagues at DTU Health Tech, University of Copenhagen and University of Oslo have developed a new method that can reduce costs in early drug development.

Medicine and medico technology