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New research assistant at DANDRITE

2016.04.20 | People

Sherif Idriss started as research assistant in Sadegh Nabavi's group on 10 March 2016. Sherif will be working on the role of heterosynaptic LTP and protein synthesis processes in long term memory formation.

Collaborative project granted through the Associate Research Program (DARE)

2016.04.07 | Research news

The collaborative research project is entitled: “Development of a genome engineering technique for cell-type labeling and its application for understanding neural processing of visual information”. It is granted to Group Leader Keisuke Yonehara in collaboration with Associate professor Ernst-Martin Füchtbauer, AU Dept. Molecular Biology and…

Lundbeck Foundation fellowship awarded to postdoc Joseph Lyons

2016.04.06 | Awards

Postdoc Joseph Lyons from Prof. Poul Nissen's group has been awarded a prestigious 2 year postdoctoral fellowship from the Lundbeck Foundation to continue his research on the "Structure determination and functional characterization of P4- and P5-ATPases".

Upcoming Events

Fri 29 Apr
13:00-17:00 | Foyer area of the Navitas building at Aarhus Harbor, Inge Lehmanns Gade 10, 8000 Aarhus
Festival of Research 2016
DANDRITE encourages researchers to attend this year's Festival of Research. The theme for the Festival of Research 2016 is "Fascinating Research" and the target audience is the general Danish public.
Fri 29 Apr
16:00-18:00 | Bartholin Building, 6th floor
Biomedical Network Meeting - 29 April 2016
16:00 Short presentations by Ditte Demontis, Line Reinert & Mads Vaarby 17:00 Pizza and drinks
Wed 04 May
09:00-17:00 | Lakeside Lecture Theatres (Søauditorierne), Aarhus University, Bartholin Allé 3, bldg. 1250-53, 8000 Aarhus C
Neuroscience Day 2016 - Brain Matters!
On May 4, NeuroCampus Aarhus hosts ”Neuroscience Day 2016”. The event is open to all pre- and post-graduate students, postdocs, assistant and associate professors, clinicians, caregivers, foundations and organizations interested in neuroscience. The purpose of Neuroscience Day is primarily to bridge the gap between basic and clinical neuroscience, to present the research that is conducted at Aarhus University, Aarhus University Hospital, and the Central Denmark Region, and to foster new collaborations. Foundations, scientific associations, and patient and professional organisations spanning the broad field of neuroscience are also invited. More than 150 researchers, students and foundation and organization representatives attended last year's Neuroscience Day and we hope to see many more this year.
Wed 11 May
10:00-17:00 | Hannover Auditorium, The Panum Institute, Building 20, University of Copenhagen, Nørre Alle 20, DK-2200 København N
4th Super Resolution Workshop
The meeting is meant to promote interaction between experts, students and scientists of the Nordic countries working with Super Resolution Microscopy. We have exciting speakers joining us, who will cover different techniques including SIM, STED, PALM/dSTORM and correlative SIM/dSTORM. This year, we will stress the importance of checking for artifacts in Super Resolution Microscopy.
Tue 17 May
09:00-21:00 | Hotel Hesselet, Nyborg, Denmark
30th annual meeting of the Danish Society for Neuroscience
The ability to learn and memorize new information is one of the most central and fascinating features of our brain. But not only brains, also computers can learn. And the integration might lead to new ways of curing learning disabilities in CNS disorders. We therefore dedicate the 30th Annual Meeting of the Danish Society for Neuroscience to “Learning in nature, machine and disease”. The meeting will cover some of our latest insights into the molecular and neuronal network aspects of learning and how abnormalities in these systems can lead to learning disability in almost any CNS disorder. Finally, the term “learning” is also key to computer sciences and the field of neuroscience already started to incorporate the abilities of learning machines. The program will offer a forum for experts from both areas to meet, discuss, find similarities and exchange ideas.
Wed 18 May
08:30-16:00 | Hotel Hesselet, Nyborg, Denmark
30th annual meeting of the Danish Society for Neuroscience
The ability to learn and memorize new information is one of the most central and fascinating features of our brain. But not only brains, also computers can learn. And the integration might lead to new ways of curing learning disabilities in CNS disorders. We therefore dedicate the 30th Annual Meeting of the Danish Society for Neuroscience to “Learning in nature, machine and disease”. The meeting will cover some of our latest insights into the molecular and neuronal network aspects of learning and how abnormalities in these systems can lead to learning disability in almost any CNS disorder. Finally, the term “learning” is also key to computer sciences and the field of neuroscience already started to incorporate the abilities of learning machines. The program will offer a forum for experts from both areas to meet, discuss, find similarities and exchange ideas.
Wed 01 Jun
09:00-18:00 | Coimbra, Portugal
7th ISN Special Conference - Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases
The International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) organizes its 7th ISN Special Neurochemistry Conference on Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases. Understanding how synapses are assembled, how their function is regulated and how it is modified by neuronal activity is essential to understand the brain. Dysregulation of synaptic function is thought to underlie schizophrenia, autism, depression and addiction, but also to be an early event in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, and in brain injury and stroke. Recent methodological advances have paved the way to a better understanding of synaptopathies, and of the consequent dysregulation of neural circuitry that contributes to these diseases.
Thu 02 Jun
09:00-18:00 | Coimbra, Portugal
7th ISN Special Conference - Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases
The International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) organizes its 7th ISN Special Neurochemistry Conference on Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases. Understanding how synapses are assembled, how their function is regulated and how it is modified by neuronal activity is essential to understand the brain. Dysregulation of synaptic function is thought to underlie schizophrenia, autism, depression and addiction, but also to be an early event in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, and in brain injury and stroke. Recent methodological advances have paved the way to a better understanding of synaptopathies, and of the consequent dysregulation of neural circuitry that contributes to these diseases.
Fri 03 Jun
09:00-18:00 | Coimbra, Portugal
7th ISN Special Conference - Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases
The International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) organizes its 7th ISN Special Neurochemistry Conference on Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases. Understanding how synapses are assembled, how their function is regulated and how it is modified by neuronal activity is essential to understand the brain. Dysregulation of synaptic function is thought to underlie schizophrenia, autism, depression and addiction, but also to be an early event in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, and in brain injury and stroke. Recent methodological advances have paved the way to a better understanding of synaptopathies, and of the consequent dysregulation of neural circuitry that contributes to these diseases.
Sat 04 Jun
09:00-18:00 | Coimbra, Portugal
7th ISN Special Conference - Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases
The International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) organizes its 7th ISN Special Neurochemistry Conference on Synaptic function and dysfunction in brain diseases. Understanding how synapses are assembled, how their function is regulated and how it is modified by neuronal activity is essential to understand the brain. Dysregulation of synaptic function is thought to underlie schizophrenia, autism, depression and addiction, but also to be an early event in neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease, and in brain injury and stroke. Recent methodological advances have paved the way to a better understanding of synaptopathies, and of the consequent dysregulation of neural circuitry that contributes to these diseases.

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