PhD theses

PhD theses

On this page you can read PhD theses from Danish Diabetes Academy funded PhD fellows and see the dates for their PhD defense.

2017

28 November 2017 - Pedram Shokouh
Effects of Coffee and Its Bioactive Compounds on Development and Progression of Type 2 Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease - Studies In-Vivo

17 November 2017 - Alireza Kashani Pour
Machine Learning Methods for Elucidating the Role of Gut Microbiome in Type 2 Diabetes

10 November 2017 - Ajenthen Ranjan
Glucagon treatment in type 1 diabetes - with focus on restoring plasma glucose

10 November 2017 - Mette Lundgren Nielsen
Prediction of type 2 diabetes, subclinical and clinical cardiovascular disease and mortality – The Malmö Preventive Project

7 September 2017 - Marianne Dalsgaard Kristensen
Lipid stress and chronic low grade inflammation with obesity and weight loss – association with insulin sensitivity

16 June 2017 - Annemarie Lundsgaard
Dietary fat - insulin sensitivity and molecular substrate metabolism

15 June 2017 - Andreas Brønden
A gluco-metabolic perspective on the enterohepatic circulation of bile acids

23 May 2017 - Kamilla Winding
Glycemic Control and Vascular Function in Type 2 Diabetes - The Role of Low-volume High-Intensity Interval Training

21 April 2017 - Rikke Hjortebjerg
IGFBP-4 and PAPP-A in normal physiology and disease

17 March 2017 - Ditte Sørensen
The role of endothelial cell insulin resistance and endothelial activation in tumor formation

3 March 2017 - Manan Pareek
The Interplay between Fasting Glucose, Echocardiography, and Biomarkers: Pathophysiological Considerations and Prognostic Implications

3 February 2017 - Anna Maria Kaufman Lindqvist
Skeletal muscle angiogenesis and its relation to insulin sensitivity

18 January 2017 - Sofie Traynor
Function and genomic interactome of early adipogenic transcription factor hotspots

2016

2 December 2016 - Michael Væggemose
Magnetic resonance imaing in peripheral neuropathies

19 May 2016 - Rok Kosmina 
The role of Delta-like 1 homolog (Dlk1) in obesity and metabolic syndrome