Working in Denmark

Abbas Jafari Kermani, M.Sc. and PhD Fellow, came to Odense from Iran in 2009 in order to do a PhD at the Kassem Group, that researches at the leading edge of stem cell biology.

He stayed on and and is still in the international research environment with scientists and students from China, Egypt, India, Iran, Kurdistan, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and the USA.

You must be registered in the public Danish systems and have work permits etc. to work in Denmark.

As a medical researcher you must have a Danish authorisation from the Danish Health and Medicines Authority.

At the Danish Medical Association you can search for additional information about Danish working conditions for medical researchers/professors.