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13 November 2019

We’re hiring: 3 new positions in our Danish headquarters

We seek two additional analytical protein scientists and a laboratory technician for our headquarters in Odense, Denmark to help develop analytical methods for protein characterization, and to perform analysis for our biopharma customers. Our most important asset is our team of highly skilled scientists, who are experts in characterization of biopharmaceutical proteins. Join our dedicated team… Read whole story

3 October 2019

Christina Johannsen on secondment at Alphalyse for 2 months

Join us in welcoming Christina Johannsen. She will be on secondment at Alphalyse for the next 2 months, and study quantitative methods for biologics. Christina joins Magdalena Sandberg in performing PhD research. Especially intact mass analysis and peptide mapping on a SCIEX X500b mass spectrometer. Thus, we plan to use their new methods for better… Read whole story

2 May 2019

Alphalyse scientist successfully defends PhD thesis

CONGRATULATIONS to Katrine Pilely who Tuesday successfully defended her PhD thesis at the University of Copenhagen. Under supervision of Professor Peter Garred, Katrine Pilely studied how cholesterol crystals activate the immune system. This happens through complement-mediated mechanisms, and therefore contribute to the pathophysiology of atherosclerosis. Katrine further showed how to inhibit the upstream cholesterol crystal-induced… Read whole story

3 January 2019

2019 New Year Resolution: No more Western Blotting!

Yes, we are determined to wipe out Western Blotting as the standard HCP-ELISA coverage analysis. To meet customer demand, our HCP team is thus stepping up with yet another team-member; Katrine Pilely. Since new year, Katrine has taken part in the Alphalyse onboarding program and she is now ready to provide customers with useful information… Read whole story

15 November 2018

Video: Magdalena explains her MAM project sponsored by A4B

Magdalena joined Alphalyse back in April, when she came from a position at Genovis AB in Sweden. She takes part in the joint European PhD-fellowship program – also known as Analytics for Biologics (A4B).  For her PhD project Magdalena now focuses on developing Multi Attribute Monitoring (MAM) LC-MS methods. Eventually, we will use these new methods… Read whole story

26 October 2017

Alphalyse offers PhD fellowship in EU innovative training network

11 European companies and educational institutions have teamed up through the “A4B project” (Analytics for Biologics), to offer 15 PhD fellowships within the field of therapeutic protein (TP’s) production and analysis. Alphalyse is among these companies, and is now offering 1 student a 3-year Marie-Curie PhD Position, based in Odense, Denmark. Other positions are available in… Read whole story

4 November 2016

Alphalyse steps up with two new employees

As of 1st of November, Alphalyse welcomes two new colleagues; Fen Yang and Lis Jakobsen. Fen and Lis join our team of highly dedicated protein scientists. Thus, they will take on the responsibility of helping our customers within the biopharmaceutical industry solve protein analysis issues – mainly related to protein characterization and quantification. The two new employees bring many… Read whole story