Cecilie Bucher-Johannessen

In March 2020, Cecilie began her doctoral thesis on intestinal flora in colorectal screening at the Research Department.

Since 2016, she has worked with research support at the research department where she has performed analyses in the laboratory with the main focus on sequencing.

She also has experience with bioinformatic analyses and has expertise in R and Unix.


Cecilie holds a BA in Nutrition from Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland and a MA in Human Nutrition from the University of Copenhagen.

She wrote her master's thesis on microbiotic changes during weight loss.


PhD project:

Intestinal bacteria and lifestyle at colorectal cancer screening

Other projects:

Gene activity in testicular cancer

Small non-coding  RNAs as early biomarkers for cancer

Small non-coding RNA forums

Selected publications

Umu SU, Langseth H, Bucher-Johannessen C, Lauritzen M, Rounge TB et al (2018)
A Comprehensive profile of circulating RNAs in human serum.

RNA Biology 15 (2): 242-250 

Bucher-Johannessen C, Wojewodzic M, Grotmol T, Rounge TB (2019)
Cisplatin treatment of testicular cancer introduces long-term changes to the epigenome.
Clinical Epigenetics 11(179)