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Confocal microscopic image of a biocytin-filled human cortical pyramidal cell in layer 3

New publication from Marco Capogna in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

2019.01.09 | Marco Capogna

Ligands to metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) are potential novel drugs for neurological and psychiatric disorders, but little is known about the effects of these compounds at synapses of the human cerebral cortex. To fill this gap, this paper shows the effects of group II mGluR activation on excitatory synaptic transmission recorded from…

Nordic EMBL Partnership call

PhD positions with the Nordic EMBL Partnership 2019

2019.01.08 | Talent development

As part of the joint Nordic EMBL Partnership call for PhD students in Molecular Medicine, we are seeking outstanding candidates for PhD positions.

Anders Nykjær

Anders Nykjær interviewed for TV 2

2019.01.08 | AndersNykjær

In the interview, Anders Nykjær addresses the influence of smartphones on memory and the importance of continuously challenging the brain in order to strengthen memory.

Trine Rohde

Please welcome Trine Rohde who is new technician in Tomonori Takeuchi's group

2019.01.08 | People

Trine has been a laboratory technician for 12 years and earlier she has worked with molecular biology, physiology and microbiology. In Tomonori's group she will have various job tasks e.g. she will take care of the laboratory's daily operations, she will do different experiments on rats and work in the cell laboratory. Trine is 39 years old and…

Picture of Lone Fuglsang Pedersen

Lone Fuglsang Pedersen is new Research Assistant in Nykjær Lab

2019.01.07 | AndersNykjær

Lone Fuglsang Pedersen is new Research Assistant in Anders Nykjær Group. Recently, it was discovered that that sortilin gene family members regulate synaptic transmission between excitatory neurons. Now, Lone and the group will look into excitatory synaptic transmission between excitatory and inhibitory neurons using electrophysiological…


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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.