Henrik Brinch-Pedersen

Professor MSO

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Henrik Brinch-Pedersen

Professor MSO

  • Institut for Agroøkologi - Afgrødegenetik og Bioteknologi
Postaddresse:
Forsøgsvej 1
4200
Slagelse
Danmark

E-mail: hbp@agro.au.dk

Telefon: +4587158268

Curriculum Vitae


Uddannelse

2002-2003

Business economy; management and collaboration. School of Economics and Business Administration.

1999

Ph.D. (Plant Breeding and Biotechnology). Thesis at The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Plant Breeding and Biotechnology & Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Plant Biology. Thesis title: Transformation of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) for improved phosphate bioavailability.

1994

M. Sc (Agricultural Science), Thesis at The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Institute for Ecology and Molecular Biology, Section for Genetics & Carlsberg Research Centre, Research Laboratory. Thesis title: Barley Transformation by microprojectile bombardment of immature zygotic embryos.


Erhvervserfaring

2002

Present Senior Scientist, Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Plant Biology. Research Centre Flakkebjerg, DK-4200 Slagelse.

1999-2002

Scientist, Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Plant Biology. Research Centre Flakkebjerg, DK-4200 Slagelse.

1996-1999

PhD student period

1997-1999

Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Plant Biology. Research Centre Flakkebjerg, DK-4200 Slagelse.

1997, 6 months

The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Plant Breeding and Biotechnology. DK-1871 Frederiksberg C.

1996-1997

Risø National Laboratory, Dept. of Plant Biol. DK-4000 Roskilde.

1994-1996

Scientist, Carlsberg Research Laboratory, DK-2500 Copenhagen.

1993-1994

Master student, Carlsberg Research Laboratory, DK-2500 Copenhagen.

 

Research projects:

 

2002-present

-Phosphate allocation in developing wheat
-Phosphate bioavailability in wheat

1996-2002

-Generation of a transformation system for wheat
-Improvement of phosphate bioavailability in wheat

1992-1996

-Biotechnological improvement of barley amino acid composition

 

-Development of a non-herbicidal barley transformation system