Line Barner Dalgaard

MSc, Postdoc

CV Line Barner Dalgaard

Personal information
Home address: Silkeborg, Denmark.
Civil status: Married. Three children. Born 2013, 2015, 2018.

2010-2015 PhD from the Institute of Clinical Research and Department of Sports Science, University of Southern Denmark (SDU). Degree awarded Sep. 2016.
2008 Master of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from SDU. MSc. thesis grade: 12.
2006 Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Oakland University (OU), Michigan, USA. GPA 3.72 (scale 0-4).
Working experience
2016- Postdoc, Department of Public Heath, Section for Sports Science. University of Aarhus. (2 years, October 2016 – July 2019, including leave).
2010 Research Assistant, Department of Sports Science, SDU.
2009-2010 Molecular Biologist, Institute of Sports Medicine, Bispebjerg Hospital, Cph.
2014-2016 Maternity leave Oct’13-Aug’14 + Aug’15-Sep’16 + Dec’17-Oct’18.
2012 Participation in the 2012 Olympic Games (June-August 2012).

Project management experience
2016 Project manager certification (IPMA), level D. June 2016.
2014 Project management course (3 ECTS), University level, SDU.
2013-2015 Board member, Advisory board, Institute of Clinical Research, SDU.

2018 A.P.-Møller Foundation (30.000 kr.)
2017 Bdr. Hartman Foundation (64.000 kr.). Helga and Peter Kornings Foundation (10.000 kr.). Team Danmark (600.000 co-applicant). Augustinus Foundation (227.000 co-applicant)
2014 Familien Hede Nielsen Fonden (25.000 kr.)
2012 Bevica Fonden (120.000 kr.)
2010 OUH’s ph.d.-pulje. (500.000 kr.). Tredjedels Stipendium SDU (500.000 kr.).
2005 MERCK Summer Research Award ($10.000)2006

Scientific focus areas
Interventions (nutritional, physical or pharmacological) to improve skeletal muscle function or prevent ageing- and disease-related muscle wasting using human, animal and cell culture models.

Teaching and supervising
Supervisor: 30 BSc assign, Co-supervisor: 3 BSc thesis, 3 MSc thesis. 1 PhD. Teaching: 2 MSc courses. General lab skills.

Web of science: Publications 15, Citing Articles without self-citations 103, avg. citations 7.6 (calculated as Sum of the Time Cited/Results found: 114/15=7.6), H-index 5.