PhD from 2001, Botanical Institute, University of Copenhagen.
From 2002-2006. Post doc positions. 2006-2009, associate research professor at Dept. Of Biology, University of Copenhagen, 2010-present associate professor at Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen. Research focus on diversity, evolution and ecology of phytoplankton, with focus on diversity, autecology, chemical ecology, co-evolution/interactions of phytoplankton and other organisms. Through many years focus on toxic phytoplankton and their taxonomy, and responses to and effects on chemical, physical and biological factors in the marine environment; with particular focus on toxic diatoms. Treasurer and member of board of ISSHA from 2004 – 2012. Dr. Nina Lundholm is an Associate Professor at the Natural History Museum of Denmark, University of Copenhagen, Section for Evolutionary Genomics.