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DANDRITE - The Danish Research Institute of Translational Neuroscience

2019.06.04 | People , PoulNissen

Joseph Lyons is prolonged as Assistant Professor in Group Leader Poul Nissen's group

Joseph Lyons continues as Assistant Professor in Group Leader Poul Nissen's group per 1 June 2019. Joseph is working with single-particle cryo-EM studies of P4-ATPase lipid flippases, focusing on structural studies of P4-ATPase complexes with a particular focus on their ATPase coupled lipid transport mechanism and their role in brain cells. The…

Marina Vidotto

2019.06.03 | PoulHenningJensen, People

Please welcome Marina Vidotto who is new intern in Poul Henning Jensen's group

Marina is a student from Italy where she studies Biotechnology at the second year in Udine University. Marina is going to be part of the group for four months from June onwards.

Fig. 7. Schematic illustrating the role of SORLA in the oncogenic fitness of HER2 in cancer cells.

2019.06.03 | Research news, OlavAndersen

Group leader Olav Andersen is co-author on a new paper in Nature Communications

A new paper by Pietilä et al. in Nature Communications, coauthored by Olav Andersen in collaboration with the group of Johanna Ivaska from Turku Bioscience Centre, identified a novel oncogenic function for SORLA that is best known for its association with Alzheimer’s disease.

2019.05.23 | People , HannePoulsen

Welcome to new PhD student Oscar Sevillano Quispe in Hanne Poulsen's research group

My project aims at describing the dynamics of the structural rearrangements of glutamate NMDA receptor through different states. To this end, I will use voltage-clamp fluorimetry, inserting a fluorescent amino acid at various sites of the receptor. Ultimately, this study will provide a novel means of understanding the mechanisms that govern NMDA…

2019.05.22 | Research news, PoulHenningJensen

Postdoc Fikret Emre Kapucu is co-authoring a chapter in the new book "In Vitro Neuronal Networks"

The chapter "Advances in Human Stem Cell-Derived Neuronal Cell Culturing and Analysis" in the new book "In Vitro Neuronal Networks - From Culturing Methods to Neuro-Technological Applications" is co-authored by postdoc Fikret Emre Kapucu from Poul Henning Jensen's group. The chapter provides an overview of the current stage of human in vitro…

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09:30-18:00 | Biomedicum, Karolinska Institutet, Solnavägen, Stockholm
Postrevolution Cryo-EM: Reaping the benefits while looking to the future
The 2nd CryoNet Annual Symposium will highlight the latest discoveries in protein-nucleic acid complexes along with a view to the future of cryo-EM. Alongside presentations on important biological results will be exciting methodological advances emphasizing that cryo-EM is still in a major growth phase.
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The Kjeldgaard Lecture series in Molecular Biology
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Sat 19 Oct
08:00-16:00 | Chicago, IL
Neuroscience’s 2019 annual meeting in Chicago
Global collaboration in neuroscience is growing at a breathtaking rate, enriching the field and fueling breakthroughs that are improving the quality of life for billions of people around the world affected by brain and nervous system diseases. Join your colleges at Neuroscience in October 2019, where you can interact with and learn from thousands of scientists from more than 70 countries. This meeting is an unparalleled venue for discovering new perspectives, experiencing cutting-edge research, forming collaborations, and building your professional network and career.
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Neuroscience’s 2019 annual meeting in Chicago
Global collaboration in neuroscience is growing at a breathtaking rate, enriching the field and fueling breakthroughs that are improving the quality of life for billions of people around the world affected by brain and nervous system diseases. Join your colleges at Neuroscience in October 2019, where you can interact with and learn from thousands of scientists from more than 70 countries. This meeting is an unparalleled venue for discovering new perspectives, experiencing cutting-edge research, forming collaborations, and building your professional network and career.
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Neuroscience’s 2019 annual meeting in Chicago
Global collaboration in neuroscience is growing at a breathtaking rate, enriching the field and fueling breakthroughs that are improving the quality of life for billions of people around the world affected by brain and nervous system diseases. Join your colleges at Neuroscience in October 2019, where you can interact with and learn from thousands of scientists from more than 70 countries. This meeting is an unparalleled venue for discovering new perspectives, experiencing cutting-edge research, forming collaborations, and building your professional network and career.

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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.