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Mark Denham receives DKK 100,000 from Parkinsonforeningen (The Parkinson's Foundation)

2018.11.12 | MarkDenham

Mark Denham receives the grant for the project: "Investigating Genetic Susceptibility in Parkinson’s Disease GBA Heterozygous Carriers".

DKK 30 million for high-tech electron microscopes for research in molecular cell biology

2018.11.09 | Research news

The Minister for Higher Education and Science has approved funding for three new research infrastructures, of which DKK 30.76 million goes to EMBION – a research infrastructure for cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) on biological materials.

Functional Mapping and Associative-Memory-Related Plasticity of Layer 1 NDNF-Expressing Interneurons

New Publication from Marco Capogna's group

2018.11.08 | Events

The article was published on November 7 in Neuron - Cell Press - “Dendritic Inhibition in Layer 1 Cortex Gates Associative Memory”. Learning-related plasticity is critical for emotional memory. The Neuron preview paper by Wen-Hsien Hou and Marco Capogna discusses novel dynamics mediated by a particular GABAergic neuron type (so-called…

Lixiang Jiang is a new PhD student in Jensen Group.

2018.11.05 | PoulHenningJensen

As a new PhD student in Jensen Group, Lixiang Jiang, will be working on a project Regulation of α-synuclein transcription by the PLK-2/GSK-3β signalling pathway – a potential modulator of Parkinson’s disease risk.

Anders Nykjær

Anders Nykjær interviewed for Nature; "Biomedical ‘ideas powerhouse’ opens its doors in Denmark"

2018.11.02 | Research news

In relation to the inaugurated of the Skou Building in October, Anders Nykjær has been interviewed for Nature, where he, amongst other things, describes how the new Skou building will make a difference; "Moving to the new building will provide an interdisciplinary environment that is critical to address and solve the big questions in neuroscience…


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Mon 03 Dec
13:30-14:30 | CFIN & MIB meeting room, 5th floor, AUH building 10G, Nørrebrogade 44, Aarhus C
CFIN & MIB guest talk by Catherine Tallon-Baudry
Catherine Tallon-Baudry from ENS, Paris is visiting Aarhus and will give a CFIN and MIB guest talk on Visceral inputs, brain dynamics and subjectivity.
Fri 07 Dec
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DANDRITE Christmas get-together with spouses and children
This year, DANDRITE invites you with spouses and children to DANDRITE Christmas get-together on Friday 7th December at 14:00-17:00 in the common area in building 3140, room 120, Gustav Wieds Vej 10A, with “æbleskiver and glögg”, Christmas decoration fabrication and psst… a secret guest stops by… Please let Maria (mtj@dandrite.au.dk) know by 5th December, if you bring kids (name and age), as there will be a little surprise. Everyone affiliated DANDRITE, and our colleagues in buildings 1170-1171, 1182 & 3130-3135, are most welcome!
Wed 12 Dec
11:00-12:00 | The Biomedicine Auditorium, building 1170, 3rd floor, room 347
DANDRITE Topical Seminar by Kota Tokuoka, PhD Student at Kyoto University
The seminar entitled "Role of midbrain cholinergic inputs to the superficial layer of superior colliculus - Anatomical and electrophysiological studies" is hosted by DANDRITE Group Leader Keisuke Yonehara.
Thu 13 Dec
09:00-10:00 | Aud. 6 (347), Building 1170
Internal meeting 13 December 2018
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.
Mon 11 Mar
09:00-16:00 | Aarhus University
Graduate Neuroscience Course
The aim of the course is to present participants a state-of-the-art overview of key concepts and applications within all areas of basic and clinical neuroscience. Criteria for participation: University degree in medicine, dentistry, nursing, or Master’s degree in other fields and/or postgraduate research fellows (PhD students and research-year medical students). Deadline for registration: 11 February 2019.

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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.