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Emil Holm Toft

Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS), 

Rigshospitalet, Denmark

Research and Conference Secretary 

Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS) at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Phone: +45 35 45 08 98

 

Mail:  cfas-events.rigshospitalet@regionh.dk

Inge Holm

Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS), Rigshospitalet, Denmark

Inge Holm is Head of Section (Administration) at the Centre for Physical Activity Research. Inge has been a research administrator at Righospitalet since 1993. First at Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre (1993-2005) and since then at the Center of Inflammation and Metabolism (2005-2015). Inge also worked for many years as personal assistant to one of the true pioneers within muscle physiology, Bengt Saltin.

Bente Klarlund Pedersen

Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS), Rigshospitalet, Denmark

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Professor of Integrative Medicine, University of Copenhagen and director of the Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS) funded by Trygfonden,

located at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark. The centre conducts translational research with the aim of developing exercise as medicine for people with diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease.

 

Camilla Scheele

Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research and Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS), Rigshospitalet

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Associate Professor and Group Leader at the NNF Center for Basic Metabolic Research at University of Copenhagen. Also, affiliated at the Center for Physical Activity at Rigshospitalet. Research interests include human brown and white adipogenesis, adipokines and the interactions with the immune system and whole body metabolism.

 

Søren Nielsen

Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS), Rigshospitalet, Denmark

Group leader in the cell group at CFAS, Rigshospitalet. Non-coding RNAs are increasingly recognized as important regulators of cell identity and function. My specific reseach interest  is to study the role of non-coding RNAs in brown fat activation and white fat browning in humans. 

 

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