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New PhD student at DANDRITE

2016.02.08 | People

Milena Laban started her PhD studies in Group leader Poul Nissen's group on 1 February 2016. Milena Laban will be working on structural determination of a lipid flippase using cryo-electron microscopy. The lipid filpases make up the P4-subfamily of P-type ATPases and play a crucial role in establishing and maintaining the asymmetric lipid…

New PhD student at DANDRITE

2016.02.08 | People

Mette Ozol started as PhD student in Team Leader Hanne Poulsen's group per 1 February 2016. Mette will be working with establishing and expanding the use of the unnatural fluorescent amino acid Anap in Voltage-clamp fluorometry (VCF) for studying the Na,K-ATPase and other membrane proteins. The structure and function of the Na,K-ATPase are well…

Illustration from the publication "Tuning of the Na,K-ATPase by the beta subunit"

New insight into a cerebellar sodium-potassium pump - New publication from Hanne Poulsen's team

2016.02.05 | Research news

This study "Tuning of the Na,K-ATPase by the beta subunit" was carried out in collaboration with Karin Lykke-Hartmann’s group, Aarhus University, and Himanshu Khandelia’s group, University of Southern Denmark. In this study the Danish researchers have found that a unit in the sodium-potassium pump, which is mainly located in the cerebellum, has…

Upcoming Events

Mon 07 Mar
14:00-17:00 | Biomedicine, building 1182, 3rd floor
Official opening of “The Joint”
Official opening of “The Joint”, the electrophysiology workshop at DANDRITE, Biomedicine, building 1182, 3rd floor. More information and invitation will follow soon. Please mark your calendars!
Fri 11 Mar
16:00-18:00 | Bartholin Building, 6th floor
Biomedical Network Meeting - 11 March 2016
16:00 Short presentations by Ingrid Carvacho, Magdalena Laska & Mads Kjølby 17:00 Pizza and drinks
Sun 17 Apr
09:00-22:00 | Rungstedgaard, North of Copenhagen, Denmark
The Brain Conference - Spring 2016
"The Brain in Focus: New Approaches to Imaging Neurons and Neural Circuits". Recent advances in optical microscopy have transformed neuroscience, providing an unprecedented view of the structure and function of neural systems. This conference will explore current developments in microscopy and related biophysical and computational methods for measuring and controlling the nervous system, from molecules to entire neural circuits.
Mon 18 Apr
09:00-22:00 | Rungstedgaard, North of Copenhagen, Denmark
The Brain Conference - Spring 2016
"The Brain in Focus: New Approaches to Imaging Neurons and Neural Circuits". Recent advances in optical microscopy have transformed neuroscience, providing an unprecedented view of the structure and function of neural systems. This conference will explore current developments in microscopy and related biophysical and computational methods for measuring and controlling the nervous system, from molecules to entire neural circuits.
Tue 19 Apr
09:00-22:00 | Rungstedgaard, North of Copenhagen, Denmark
The Brain Conference - Spring 2016
"The Brain in Focus: New Approaches to Imaging Neurons and Neural Circuits". Recent advances in optical microscopy have transformed neuroscience, providing an unprecedented view of the structure and function of neural systems. This conference will explore current developments in microscopy and related biophysical and computational methods for measuring and controlling the nervous system, from molecules to entire neural circuits.
Wed 20 Apr
09:00-22:00 | Rungstedgaard, North of Copenhagen, Denmark
The Brain Conference - Spring 2016
"The Brain in Focus: New Approaches to Imaging Neurons and Neural Circuits". Recent advances in optical microscopy have transformed neuroscience, providing an unprecedented view of the structure and function of neural systems. This conference will explore current developments in microscopy and related biophysical and computational methods for measuring and controlling the nervous system, from molecules to entire neural circuits.
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, Aarhus University
Neuroscience Day 2016 - bridging basic and clinical research
On May 4, 2016, NeuroCampus Aarhus will host the annual Neuroscience Day for all affiliated research labs and centres as well as for students and other people with interest in neuroscience. By bringing basic and clinical scientists together, the organisers wish to encourage collaborations and strengthen translational neuroscience research within the NeuroCampus Aarhus research cluster. Foundations, scientific associations, and patient and professional organisations spanning the broad field of neuroscience are also invited. More than 150 researchers and students attended last year's Neuroscience Day and we hope to see many more next year.
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.

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