Lise Marie Grav | Postdoc
Technical University of Denmark

Lise Marie Grav, Postdoc, Technical University of Denmark

Lise Marie Grav is a postdoctoral researcher at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability at the Technical University of Denmark. She graduated with a Ph.D. in biotechnology in early 2018 from the same university and has worked in the field of CHO cell line engineering and development since 2014. Her research focuses on optimizing CHO cell lines to improve therapeutic protein production. Mainly by developing efficient genome editing tools and utilizing these in consort with ‘omics data to speed up cell line generation and gain more predictable outcomes in terms of therapeutic protein titer and quality.


15th May Pre-Conference Workshops and Summits Day @ 13:25

CRISPR-mediated genome engineering of CHO cell lines for production of therapeutic proteins

· Discuss the latest development in genome editing tools for CHO cell line development· Recognize the impact that CRISPR-mediated genome editing has on accelerating the development of CHO cell lines· Understand how the combination of genome editing and systems biology can be applied to improve the production of therapeutic proteins

15th May Pre-Conference Workshops and Summits Day @ 15:00

Panel: Gene editing and synthetic biology in pharmaceutical development: Potentials and hurdles

· Moving from autologous to allogenic function · Where are we really headed?
last published: 14/May/19 13:35 GMT

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