Stine Jacobsen

Stine Jacobsen


Member of:


    Professor of large animal surgery, March 2015 – present

    Resident, European College Veterinary Surgery, August 2011 – July 2014

    Associate professor, KU-SUND, Department of Large Animal Sciences, November 2007 – March 2015

    Assistant professor/post doc, KU-SUND, Department of Clinical Studies, August 2003 – October 2007

    Ph.D. student, Research School for Animal Production and Health (RAPH), September 1999 – August 2003

    Teaching assistant, KU-SUND, Department of Clinical Studies, August 1998 – September 1999.



    European College of Veterinary Surgery Annual Scientific Meeting (member local organizing committee), July 2014

    International Society of Animal Clinical Pathology (member local organizing committee), June 2014

    European Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society, Congress (member local organizing committee), May-June 2013

    Equine wound management course, Veterinary Wound Healing Association (local organizer), February 2013

    Aspects of equine clinical pathology , Ph.D. course, PhD. School ‘Animal Health and Production Science, Technology and Biotechnology’, University of Milan, Italy (organizer and lecturer), June 2012

    Nordic Equine Veterinary Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark (chairman), November 2011

    Annual conference, Danish Equine Veterinary Association, Ebeltoft, Denmark (vice-chairman), November, 2010

    Emergency medicine and surgery, wound management Education of Equine Veterinary Specialists, Copenhagen, Denmark (organizer and lecturer), May 2007

    The VIth European Colloquium on Acute Phase Proteins, Copenhagen, Denmark (chairman), August, 2006



    Aage and Edith Dyssegaard’s Foundation, 2007

    C.O Jensen’s Memorial Award, 2006

    The Abildgaard Award for outstanding effort in veterinary clinical research, 2003



    Post doc Patrik Vernhoff, project title ‘Extrahepatic expression and synthesis of serum amyloid A in bovine mastitis and equine arthritis’, co-supervisor. 2010

    PhD Stine Mandrup Andreassen, project title ‘Characterization of equine synovial haemostasis and inflammation’, main supervisor. 2014

    PhD Tone Lygreen, project title ‘Tendon biology, aspects of relevance for tendon tissue mechanical properties’, co-supervisor. 2014

    PhD Louise Bundgaard, project title ‘Inflammation in impaired equine wound healing  - mass spectrometric analyses of inflammatory proteins and identification of a fibrocyte-like cell type’, main supervisor. 2014

    PhD Mette Aamand Sørensen, project title ‘Hypoxia as a cause of exuberant granulation tissue formation in equine limb wounds healing by second intention’, main supervisor. 2014

    PhD Michelle Christensen, project title ‘Serum amyloid a measured by an automated latex agglutination turbidimetric immunoassay: evaluation of the assay performance across 5 veterinary species a study of the application in canine medicine’, co-supervisor. 2013

    PhD Tina Holberg Pihl, project title ‘Acute phase proteins as diagnostic markers in horses with acute abdominal pain’, main supervisor. 2012

    PhD Mette Christoffersen, project title ‘Inflammatory response to induced infectious endometritis in the mare’, co-supervisor. 2011



    Anne Mette Lindberg Have, KU SUND, Denmark (chairman), August 2015

    Sanni Hansen, KU SUND, Denmark (chairman), March 2014

    Stine Bislev Lønnerup, Aarhus University, Denmark, April 2012

    Maj Halling-Thomsen, KU LIFE, Denmark (chairman), April 2011

    Maria Åkersted, SLU, Sweden, May 2008



    Associate editor BMC Veterinary Research, 2011-present



    The Danish Wound Healing Association

    The Veterinary Wound Healing Association

    The Danish Society for Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene



    Acta Vet. Brno

    Acta Vet. Scand.

    Am. J. Vet. Res.

    Animal: Int. J. Anim. Biosci.

    BMC Vet. Res.

    Cell Tissue Res.

    Eq. Vet. J.


    J. Anim. Physiol. Nutr.

    J. Dairy Res.

    J. Eq. Vet. Sci.

    J. Proteomics

    J. Zoo Wildlife Med.

    Livest. Sci.

    Osteoarthr. Cartilage

    Small Ruminant Res.

    Vet. Clin. Pathol.

    Vet. J.

    Vet. Res. Commun.

    Vet. Surg.



    Equine Laparoscopy Symposium, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA, May-June 2014

    AOVET Advanced techniques in equine fracture management, Davos, Switzerland, December 2013

    Basic and Advanced Equine Arthroscopy, Colorado State University, USA, August 2013

    European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2013

    Equine Wound Management, Taastrup, Denmark, February 2013

    Basic arthroscopy, Newmarket, UK, October 2012

    Basic principles of fracture management in horses, Ao-vet/SIVE, Italy, June 2012

    Arthroscopic guided fracture fixation and arthroscopy of uncommon joints, NEOANIMALIA/University of Milan, Italy, June 2012

    Focus on colic, American Association of Equine Practitioners, USA, July 2011

    Equine arthroscopy (femoropatellar, femorotibial, distal interphalangeal joints), NEOANIMALIA/University of Milan, Italy, June 2011

    Equine Wound Management and skin grafting, Veterinary Wound Healing Association, Sweden, September 2010

    Presentation techniques, University of Copenhagen, September 2008

    Supervision of Ph.D. students, University of Copenhagen, September 2008

    Laboratory Animal Science (category C), KU-SUND, Denmark, September 2004

    Surgical Diseases of the GI tract – Diagnosis and Management, KU-SUND, Denmark, March 2004

    Wound healing and treatment, Greve Veterinary Clinic, Denmark, January 2004

    Scientific Writing, RAPH, Denmark, August 2000

    Basic Statistics for Veterinary and Related Sciences, KU-SUND, Denmark, February – May 2000

    Veterinary Immunology, KU-SUND, Denmark, September – December 1999

    Veterinary Immuno-Diagnostic Methods, KU-SUND, Denmark, November 1999

    Ethics in Science – with Emphasis on Research in Animal Production and Health, RAPH, Denmark, October 1999

    Good Laboratory Practice, H. Lundbeck A/S, Valby, Denmark, April 1996


    DVM (1998), PhD (2003)

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