Line obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Medicinal Chemistry from Aarhus University in 2013. Since May 2015 she has been enrolled as a PhD student in the nanoscience program.
Line started as a Bachelor’s student in February 2013 in Gothelf lab, performing her Bachelor’s project in organic chemistry about the synthesis of oxime derivative for fluoride detection. Following the Bachelor’s project she did a study abroad at University of Sydney, Australia, where she followed courses and did a research project under supervision of Dr. Christopher McErlean, which concerned synthesis of plant signalling molecules.
Following her studies abroad she returned to the Gothelf lab to do a research project in February 2014, which involved the synthesis of nucleoside analogues for templated oligomerization reactions. She continued these studies in her Master’s project in September 2014 in the Gothelf lab.
Currently, Line is working on the sensor project for detection of small molecules in blood, as well as continuing the synthesis of nucleoside analogues for templated oligomerization reactions.
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