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Filip
Krag Knop
University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Filip K. Knop, MD PhD, is a professor of endocrinology and director of Center for Clinical Metabolic Research at Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, and consultant endocrinologist at Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen. Prof. Knop has been involved in diabetes and metabolic research since his fellowship at The Distinguished Gifford Laboratories for Diabetes Research, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas in 1999 (supervised by Christopher B. Newgard). Knop received his MD degree in 2002 and his PhD in medical sciences in 2007 from University of Copenhagen (supervisor: Jens J. Holst). Knop’s research centres on human metabolism, the pathophysiology of obesity and related disorders including type 2 diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, regulation of appetite and food intake, and the therapeutic potential of factors involved in these processes. The Knop laboratory has reported several novel findings describing the integrative role of the gut and the liver in human (patho)physiology. 

 

Prof. Knop has authored 378 peer-reviewed scientific publications and he has received several honours for his research (e.g. named “Rising star” by the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) in 2010, the DPLU/LUDC Nordic Prize for an Outstanding Young Diabetes Investigator (2011), Johan Quentin and Wife’s Prize for Outstanding Research (2014), The Capital Region of Denmark’s Global Excellence Prize (2014), The Thomsen Prize (2015), The Niels Schwartz Sørensen Prize (2017), The Danish Odd Fellowship’s Research Prize (2017), the European Journal of Endocrinology Prize 2018, and EASD’s Minkowski Prize 2019). He serves as a referee for several international journals including The Lancet, British Medical Journal, Diabetes and Diabetologia and he is a member of numerous professional societies and committees.