Institut for Biomedicin

Mads Vaarby Sørensen

Ph.D, Adjunkt

Profile photoMads Vaarby Sørensen
Postdoc, Adjunktvikar
Institut for Biomedicin - Forskning og uddannelse, Vest
Institut for Biomedicin - Forskning og uddannelse, Vest
Postaddresse:
Ole Worms Allé 3
1160, 119
8000
Aarhus C
Danmark
Postaddresse:
Ole Worms Allé 3
8000
Aarhus C
Danmark
E-mail: mvs@biomed.au.dk
Telefon: +4525883666
Private:
Mads Vaarby Sørensen
Born 22. May 1977 in Copenhagen, Denmark
Married with Trine Dalkvist
Farther to August Vaarby Dalkvist, born 27th of April 2013 and Gilbert Vaarby Dalkvist, born 7th of June 2017

Education:
2013 and 2015 Evaluated as qualified as Associated Professor.
2010 Evaluated as qualified as Assistant Professor.
2009 Ph.D degree in medicine from The Faculty of Health Sceinces, Aarhus University.
2005 Master degree in Biology/Physiology from Aarhus University.
2002 Bachelor degree in Biology from Aarhus University.

Employments:
2017 – now Assistant Prof. Dept. of Biomedicine, Aarhus University
2014 – 2017 AIAS Cofund junior fellow, Associated Professor.
2013 – 2017 24 weeks of paternity leave.
2013 – 2014 Postdoc, Dept. of Biomedicine, Aarhus University.
2011 – 2013 Postdoc, Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich, with Prof. Loffing.
2009 – 2010 Postdoc, Dept. of Physiology and Biophysics, Aarhus University, with Prof. Leipziger.
2002 – 2005 Career advisor at Dept. of Biology, Faculty of Science, Aarhus University.
1998 – 1999 Stationed 6 months with the Danish International Brigade in Bosnia.
1997 – 1998 Compulsory military service.

Talks and seminars:
Invited speaker at international/national seminars and meetings: 6
Selected oral presentation: 7

Supervision:
Supervised: Master students 3, Bachelor students 21, Research year students 2
Co-supervised: PhD students 2

Scientific prizes and awards:
AIAS-COFUND (Marie Curie) Fellowships, Aarhus, Denmark, September 2014
Swiss Society of Nephrology, postdoctoral Award for Excellence in Research. Zürich, Switzerland, December 2012
The American Physiological Society, Epithelial Transport Group: Predoctoral Award for Exellence in Research. Washington DC, USA, May 2007

Funding:
Since 2005 as main applicant ~ €315.000, as co-applicant ~€600.000.