Henrik Elvang Jensen, DVM, PhD, DVetSci, Dipl., ECVP is professor of Veterinary Pathology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Professor Jensen’s current interests include infectious diseases and inflammatory reactions in cattle, pigs, and laboratory animal models. Especially pathogenetic and diagnostic studies of bacterial and fungal infections in animal models (primarily mice and pigs) are prioritized. Methology applied in various research projects has included light and electron microscopy, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, serology, immunoblotting, electrophoresis and ELISA techniques, and experimental in vivo studies.
Jensen LK, Jensen HE. 2013. Animal models of hematogenous Staphylococcus aureus osteomyelitis in long bones: a review. Orthopedic research and reviews, 5, 51-64.
Johansen LK, Koch J, Kirketerp-Møller K, Wamsler OJ, Nielsen OL, Leifsson PS, Frees D, Aalbæk B, Jensen HE. 2013. Therapy of haematogenous osteomyelitis - a comparative study in a porcine model and Angolan children. In Vivo, 27, 305-312.
Johansen LK, Svalastoga LE, Frees D, Aalbæk B, Koch J, Iburg T, Nielsen OL, Leifsson PS, Jensen HE. 2013. A New Technique for Modeling of Hematogenous Osteomyelitis in Pigs: Inoculation into Femoral Artery. Journal of Investigative Surgery, 26, 149-153.
Johansen LK, Iburg TM, Nielsen OL, Lifsson PS, Dahl-Petersen K, Koch J, Fress D, Aalbæk B, Heegaard PMH, Jensen HE. 2012. Local osteogenic expression of cyclooxygenase-2 and systemic response in porcine models of osteomyelitis. Prostaglandins & other Lipid Mediators, 97, 103– 108.
Johansen LK, Frees D, Aalbæk B, Iburg TM, Nielsen OL, Leifsson PS, Svalastroga E, Buelund LB, Bjarnsholt T, Høiby N, Jensen HE. 2012. Pathology and biofilm formation in a porcine model of staphylococcal osteomyelitis. Journal of Comparative Pathology, 147, 343-353.
Johansen LK, Frees D, Aalbæk B, Koch J, Iburg TM, Nielsen OL, Leifsson PS, Jensen HE. 2011. A porcine model of acute, haematogenous, localized osteomyelitis due to Staphylococcus aureus: a pathomorphological study. Acta Pathology Microbiology Immunology Scandinavia, 119,111-118.