Emnéus pursued her academic career at Lund University, Sweden and was recruited as a Professor at DTU Nanotech in 2007 where she now leads the LOC strategic field and Bioanalytics group. She has in the past coordinated 7 EU projects and currently has two Marie Sklodowska Curie ITN projects in H2020, one of which she is coordinating (Training4CRM). She has served as an evaluator and expert panel member of . Swedish and Norwegian Research Councils, EU FP7 environment program and is since 2012 a Life Science panel member for ERC starting grant. She has vast experience of development and application of biosensors and 2D and 3D Lab-on-a-chip devices. Her main research interest is focused on bioanalytical systems (enzymes, antibodies and cells) using multi-parameter detection (optical and electrochemical), and organ-on-a chip system and 3D scaffolds for tissue engineering.