The Danish Clinical Metabolomics network was kick-started during the Clinical Metabolomics Conference in October 2018.

It was born from a desire to meet the needs of this blooming field:


  • a need for more connection between research and clinical practice,
  • a need for people working in the field to find collaborators and get to know what is already possible and ongoing in Denmark and Skåne.

The network is totally volunteer-based so far. All members are encouraged to contribute (check our News to see what’s needed now).

Funding for events is applied for by individual members through their institution. We welcome private sponsors.

Current volunteers (join us!)

Julie Courraud

PharmD, PhD

Department of Congenital Disorders, Statens Serum Institut, Copenhagen

Contribution to Clime.dk: network management, seminar organization, newsletter, website content, fundraising

Research: Targeted and untargeted metabolomics on newborn dried blood spots, primarily in psychiatric disorders.


Karolina Sulek


Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen

Contribution to Clime.dk: seminar organization, website setup and content, fundraising


Douglas McCloskey


Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen

Contribution to Clime.dk: seminar hosting and organization, fundraising


Asger Wretlind

PhD student

Steno Diabetes Center, Copenhagen

Contribution to Clime.dk: website content and maintenance

Mette Christensen

Clinical Laboratory Geneticist, MSc

Center of Diagnostic Investigations, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen

Contribution to Clime.dk: seminar hosting and organizations, networking among clinicians

Research: Biochemical diagnosis of inborn errors of metabolism (IEM); Metabolite analysis in physiological fluids


Tu Hu

MSc student, B.Eng.

Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports (NEXS), University of Copenhagen

Contribution to Clime.dk: seminar organizations

Research: Untargeted metabolomics for discovering food intake biomarkers primarily in whole grains; data analysis of LC-MS based metabolomics


We also thank the organization committee of our international conferences (CMC2020-postponed-, CMC2018).

Finally, we would like to thank the Novo Nordisk Foundation and Michael Bo Jensen for the design of our logo.