iNANO researcher receives H.C. Ørsted research talent prize
Congratulations to iNANO postdoc Mette Galsgaard Malle for receiving the H.C. Ørsted research talent prize.
On 16 August 2023 iNANO postdoc Mette Galsgaard Malle received one of this year's H.C. Ørsted research talent prizes.
The purpose of the H.C. Ørsted research talent prize is to recognise Denmark's best and most talented young researchers within the technical/natural sciences and related fields. The award aims to help raise awareness of the talents' achievements, encourage them to continue their excellent research, and make them visible as role models for young people embarking on research.
Mette is a researcher in the research group of Professor Jørgen Kjems where she is studying measurements of the level of alpha-synuclein clusters, which are early signs of Parkinson's disease. She also researches extracellular vesicles and their use as natural medicine.
Mette's research is financially supported by the Lundbeck Foundation, and she spends half of her time at Wyss Institute at Harvard University and the other half at iNANO, Aarhus University.
Mette is an excellent researcher and communicator and the prize is very well deserved.