MD, 2014, Copenhagen University, Denmark.
Simon joined the Davids Lab in january 2018 as a visiting scientist, as part of his research project on lymphoma pathogenesis at the Grønbæk lab, Rigshospitalet/BRIC, Copenhagen, Denmark.
He is studying diverse areas of lymphoma, including stem cell defects and apoptotic priming in relation to clinical outcome.
Simon brings to the Davids lab prior laboratory experience from working with stem cells, next generation sequencing, cell sorting, microarray as well as clinical experience in hematology.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, single malt whisky and exploring the great city of Boston.