Elin Lisby Kastbjerg Jørgensen
Elin Lisby Kastbjerg Jørgensen

Postdoc

EMPLOYMENT

2019 –

Postdoc at LEO Foundation Center for Cutaneous Drug Delivery, Department of Pharmacy, University of Copenhagen

2015 – 2019

PhD candidate at University of Copenhagen: “Biofilm formation in an equine model of chronic wound healing”. The project is supervised by Professor Stine Jacobsen and Professor Thomas Bjarnsholt

2015 – 2018

Out-of-hours internal medicine backup duty at the Large Animal Teaching Hospital at University of Copenhagen (approximately 20 hours/week)

2014 – 2015

Senior clinician the University Hospital for Large Animals, University of Copenhagen

2011 – 2014

Clinician at the University Hospital for Large Animals, University of Copenhagen

2007 – 2011

Equine practitioner at Kasernens Hesteklinik in Næstved


EDUCATION/PROFESSORNAL DEGREES

2019   

PhD, University of Copenhagen. Thesis title: “Studies of biofilm formation in equine experimental body and limb wounds healing by second attention and establishment of an equine biofilm-infected wound model”

2007

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Copenhagen (GPA: 11,8). Master thesis title: “CD-RAP in equine serum – A potential joint marker” (GPA: 12)

PROCEEDINGS – INTERNATIONAL ORAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (presenting author underlined)

2018  

Jørgensen, E., Pirone, A., Bjarnsholt, T., Jacobsen, S., Miragliotta, V. Epithelial-mesenchymal transition and expression of keratinocyte differentiation markers during equine wound healing. Veterinary Wound Healing Association Conference, May 11 2018, Krakow, Poland

2018

Jacobsen, S., Jørgensen, E., Bundgaard, L., Sørensen, M. A. Evaluation of indices of inflammation and welfare in horses with experimental excisional wounds. Veterinary Wound Healing Association Conference, May 11 2018, Krakow, Poland

2017

Jørgensen, E., Bay, L., Bjarnsholt, T., Jacobsen, S. Clinical impact of inoculation on equine experimental wounds healing by second intention. Veterinary Wound Healing Association Annual Meeting, May 4 2017, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2016

Jørgensen, E., Bay, L., Bjarnsholt, T., Jacobsen, S. Biofilm in equine wounds healing by second intention. Veterinary Wound Healing Association Annual Meeting, May 12 2016, Bremen, Germany. Awarded “Best oral presentation”

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

2018  

Video presentation “SUND’s got talent”– Elin Jørgensen, as part of campaign at University of Copenhagen.
https://ikv.ku.dk/nyheder/2018/forskning-i-hestesaar-kan-ogsaa-gavne-mennesker/

2017

Jørgensen, E. 2017. Kroniske sår og bakterielle biofilms betydning [Chronic wounds and the importance of biofilm]. Ridehesten, 5, 70-75.

2016

Jørgensen, E. 2016. Biofilminfektioner i hestesår [Biofilm infections in equine wounds]. Dyrlægen, 5, 10-14.

2015

Jørgensen, E. 2015. Biofilm i veterinærmedicin [Biofilm in veterinary medicine]. Dansk Veterinær Tidsskrift, 2, 30-32.

INVITED TALKS

2019
Biofilms and their effect on wound healing. Veterinary Wound Healing Association Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden

2019

Sampling techniques and bacterial swabbing. Veterinary Wound Healing Association Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden

2018  

Biofilm – detection and effect on wound healing. World Veterinary Orthopaedic Congress, European Society of Veterinary Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Barcelona, Spain

2018

Sampling techniques and news in bacterial swabbing. World Veterinary Orthopaedic Congress, European Society of Veterinary Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Barcelona, Spain

2018

Wound healing and treatment I + II. Danish veterinarians' annual meeting – equine nurse track, Nyborg, Denmark

TEACHING, COURSES

2020 –Co-supervisor for PhD student, Regitze Renee Pedersen, ACBROBAT (Reduced use of AntimiCROBials in cAttle and poultry) project “Biofilm and mastitis in dairy cows”

2020 –

Teaching the obligatory course Pharmacy 1 to pharmacy students at University of Copenhagen  including group lectures, lab work and evaluation of students’ written reports

  

2016 – 2018 

Co-supervision of four master students during their master thesis at University of Copenhagen: Characterization of wound healing and welfare in an equine inoculated wound model”, two students, “Bacterial mechanisms of action in equine wound healing - a PCR study”, one student and “Evaluation of an antibacterial wound dressing in an equine experimental wound model”, one student

2015 – 2019

Teaching the 12-days practical course “Clinical examination methodologies – Large Animals” to veterinary students at University of Copenhagen  including lectures and evaluation of students’ written reports

2013 – 2015

Guiding and instructing veterinary students in the practical course “Emergency, obstetrics, critical  care and clinical anaesthesiology” at University of Copenhagen

2011 – 2015

Guiding and instructing veterinary students in the practical courses “General clinical practice – Large Animal” and “The equine differentiation course” at University of Copenhagen

REVIEWER ASSIGNMENTS

2017 –  

The Veterinary Journal

2017 –

PLOS One

2018 –

Veterinary Surgery

2018 –

Journal of Equine Veterinary Science

2019 –

Biofilm

2019 –Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine

Education

DVM

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