" " " "

Prof. Gorm Greisen

University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark


1982 – 1989 Dr. Med.Sc. Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen
1976 – 1977 Diploma of tropical medicine, Institute ‘Prince Leopold’, Antwerpen
1969 – 1976 Cand. Med. Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen
1971 - 1974 B.Sc. (computer science) University of Copenhagen
2021- Honorary consultant neonatologist, Rigshospitalet
2021- Emeritus professor, University of Copenhagen
2013 - 2019 Chairman of paediatrics, University of Copenhagen
2009 - 2012 Deputy head of the Institute of gynaecology, obstetrics and paediatrics, University of Copenhagen.
2001 - 2012 Head of Department, Neonatology, Rigshospitalet
1998 - 2021 Professor of Paediatrics, University of Copenhagen
1991 - 2021 Consultant neonatologist, Rigshospitalet
Research profile and leadership experience
Heading research in neonatal brain perfusion, oxygenation, brain injury, and neurodevelopmental deficits and perinatal growth. Coordinating investigator in the SafeBoosC project. Clinical coordinator of the NEOMUNE project. Steering committee member in five European research and educational projects. President for the European Society of Paediatric research and for the International Paediatric Research Foundation. Chairman of a regional research ethics committee. Chairman of the Danish Council on Ethics.




  • Publications in PubMed: More than 350 (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=greisen-g&sort=pubdate)
  • Citations: More than 9000 (web of science)
  • H-index: 51 (web of science)
  • Patents: none



2021 Joint European Neonatal Societies award
2017 Klein’s award
2014 Knight of the order of Dannebrog
2008 The bi-annual National Research Ethics Committee award
2007 William Ottesen travel award
1994 Danin Foundation award
Other scientific qualifications
Invited speaker at more than 100 international meetings. Organiser of the European society of Paediatric Research conference 1999, chairman of the scientific committee 2013.


© 2024 IPOKRATES Imprint Data Privacy