Latest news


Announcing the PROMEMO conference on "Proteins and Circuits in Memory"

2018.12.11 | Events

The PROMEMO conference on "Proteins and Circuits in Memory”, taking place 5-7 March 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark, brings together world-leading neuroscientists, who will discuss their latest research uncovering novel mechanisms that underlie memory formation, storage, and recall. The program will include the official announcement of The Brain Prize…

Participants from the course

Graduate Course: Understanding the Brain through the Hippocampus and other neural systems 2018 organized by Marco Capogna

2018.12.09 | Marco Capogna

The four day course (4 December-7 December 2018), held at Aarhus University, has addressed key topics in molecular, cellular and system neuroscience. The vision from which the course is based is that explanation of normal and pathological events in the brain can only come from the rigorous definition of the neuronal circuits that underlie these…

Photo: Group leader Duda Kvitsiani and postdoc Maria Moltesen
Photo: Group Leader Duda Kvitsiani

Duda Kvitsiani and his research is featured in the first article of the new 'Behind the Scenes' series of The Nordic EMBL Partnership

2018.12.07 | Knowledge exchange

As a new thing, the Nordic EMBL Partnership will look in-depth at a researcher, or a facility, within the Nordic EMBL Partnership by writing stories for a new partnership network series called 'Behind the Scenes'.

Novo Nordisk Foundation Project Grant for Prof. Poul Nissen

2018.12.07 | Research news

Professor Poul Nissen has been awarded a Novo Nordisk Foundation Project Grants in Bioscience and Basic Biomedicine 2018 for the project "Structure determination of the human glycine transporter hGlyT1".

Cover photo by Mateusz Dyla

Magnus Kjærgaard and Mateusz Dyla is featured in this month’s issue of the magazine “Dansk Kemi” (Danish Chemistry)

2018.12.07 | Research news

The title of the article is ”Naturens nanopumper fanget på film” and decribes the findings of last year’s publication: ‘Dynamics of P-type ATPase transport revealed by single-molecule FRET’ that was published on 8 November 2017 in Nature.


Subscribe to DANDRITE's newsletter here

Previous newsletters can be found here.


Upcoming events


Thu 03 Jan
09:00-10:00 | TBA
Internal Meeting 3 January 2019
DANDRITE Internal Meetings takes place every second Thursday from 9-10 am, where all staff and students at DANDRITE meet to give each other updates on the research done at DANDRITE in order to facilitate interaction and collaborations among the groups.
Fri 11 Jan
09:15-11:50 | Aarhus University - The Biomedicine Auditorium building 1170 room 347
DANDRITE Mini Symposium
We are excited to announce DANDRITE Mini Symposium with lectures by Gábor Tamás, Principal Investigator at University of Szeged - Andrew Huberman, Associate Professor at Stanford University - Rolf Apweiler, Director at The European Bioinformatics Institute and Sadegh Nabavi, Group Leader at DANDRITE/Aarhus University.
Thu 17 Jan
09:00-10:00 | TBA
Internal Meeting 17 January 2019
DANDRITE Internal Meetings takes place every second Thursday from 9-10 am, where all staff and students at DANDRITE meet to give each other updates on the research done at DANDRITE in order to facilitate interaction and collaborations among the groups.
Thu 31 Jan
09:00-10:00 | TBA
Internal Meeting 31 January 2019
DANDRITE Internal Meetings takes place every second Thursday from 9-10 am, where all staff and students at DANDRITE meet to give each other updates on the research done at DANDRITE in order to facilitate interaction and collaborations among the groups.
Thu 14 Feb
09:00-10:00 | TBA
Internal Meeting 14 February 2019
DANDRITE Internal Meetings takes place every second Thursday from 9-10 am, where all staff and students at DANDRITE meet to give each other updates on the research done at DANDRITE in order to facilitate interaction and collaborations among the groups.
Wed 20 Feb
15:15-18:00 | Aarhus University (location TBA)
DANDRITE STUDENT ENCOUNTERS 2019
At DANDRITE STUDENT ENCOUNTERS 2019 the different research groups at DANDRITE will offer guided tours around their intriguing labs to interested students. This is an unique opportunity to hear about astonishing research within the neurobiological field and to get insights on project oppertunities.

Showing results 1 to 6 of 44

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next

Visninger
Yonehara Group presents their research in 2 minutes In collaboration with AU TV producer Hans Plauborg, Yonehara Group has made a short presentation video about their research area: The structure, function and development of neural circuits in the visual system.