PhD student Louise C. Druedahl receives EliteForsk Travel Scholarship
Louise C. Druedahl has received an EliteForsk Travel Scholarship from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. The coveted scholarships supports her overseas research stay at Harvard Medical School.
Each year, the Ministry of Higher Education and Science awards travel scholarships to young researchers at the national universities through the prestigious EliteForsk support programme.
PhD student Louise C. Druedahl, from Copenhagen Centre for Regulatory Science and the Social and Clinical Pharmacy group, Department of Pharmacy, received a travel scholarship from the hands of Minister of Higher Education and Science Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen and Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary.
The scholarship amounts to DKK 200,000 and support stays at foreign research institutions.
Louise C. Druedahl's PhD project is about creating a better understanding of what is called biosimilar drugs, meaning a form of copy medicine with the same, safe effect as an original biological drug.
She will use her scholarship for a research stay at Harvard Medical School. There, she will collaborate with leading researchers in the cross field between medicine and law and explore the possibilities of optimising the processes for the approval and use of biosimilar drugs.
'The EliteForsk scholarship lifts my project to an international level because I can work with the best in my field. I will benefit greatly from the American methods of analysis and perspectives on my European research data', says Louise C. Druedahl.
This article is a modified version of the article first available on the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences website. Read the original article.