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2014.09.29 | Awards

MOBILEX grant awarded to Team Leader Arne Möller

Arne Möller has been awarded the prestigious MOBILEX grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research, which will fund his research project on “Engineered DNA/RNA Nano-Assemblies Enable High Throughput Characterization Of Protein Complexes”

2014.09.29 | Research news

New publication from Mark Denham's group in collaboration with the Dottori laboratory in Melbourne Australia - Functional Characterization of Friedreich Ataxia iPS-Derived Neuronal Progenitors and Their Integration in the Adult Brain

Friedreich ataxia (FRDA) is an autosomal recessive disease characterised by neurodegeneration and cardiomyopathy. Here we show that neural derivatives of FRDA induced pluripotent stem cell lines are able to differentiate into functional neurons, which is highly significant findings for developing FRDA therapies using patient-derived stem cells.

2014.09.29 | Research news

New popular science article by Poul Nissen - How do we show molecules and how they move?

Prof. Poul Nissen publishes popular science article on "How do we show molecules and how they move?" in the special edition of the Biozoom journal ‘You need to see this: Pushing the boundaries of scientific visualization’ (Biozoom Vol 3 (2014)).

2014.09.25 | Events

Joint DANDRITE & iSEQ Seminar - 3 October 2014

Seminar on "Genomic surveillance elucidates Ebola virus origin and transmission during the 2014 outbreak" by Kristian Andersen from Harvard University. The seminar takes place Friday 3 October 2014 at 11:00-12:00 in the Large Anatomy Auditorium (building 1232, room 115), Aarhus University, Wilhelm Meyers Allé, 8000 Aarhus C. This is a joint…

2014.09.24 | Education news

American university students visit DANDRITE

DANDRITE was recently visited by "Danish Institute for Studies Abroad", where around thirty American biomedicine undergraduates visited to learn about the research at DANDRITE and to hear about how it is to work in the international environment at DANDRITE.

2014.09.22 | Events

Joint Kjeldgaard & DANDRITE Lecture - 25 September 2014

Seminar on "Molecular machines governing exocytosis of synaptic vesicles" by Professor Reinhard Jahn (Department Head at the Department of Neurobiology, Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, Germany). The seminar takes place Thursday 25 Sept. 2014 at 11:30 (sandwiches at 11.30, lectures start at 12) in the iNANO Auditorium…

2014.09.22 | People

Visiting scientist at DANDRITE

Amir Tayaranian Marvian from the University of Teheran, Iran, started as a visiting scientist in Poul Henning Jensen’s group, where he will be studying alpha-synuclein oligomers and their molecular targets for 6 months from mid September 2014.

2014.09.17 | News from the management

Job opportunity at DANDRITE - Group Leader in Molecular and Translational Neuroscience

Application deadline October 15, 2014. In this call DANDRITE seeks a group leader in neuroscience that complements the expertise and research programs of the current seven groups. Research programs can for example investigate protein-protein interaction networks and cell biology underlying intra- or intercellular interactions and circuits in…

2014.09.17 | News from the management

Job opportunity at DANDRITE - Laboratory technician (maternity cover)

Application deadline October 6, 2014. DANDRITE seeks a laboratory technician for a 1 year maternity cover position in Anders Nykjær's group starting 1 December 2014. The work will include techniques within molecular biology, biochemistry, and cell biology, which includes working with transgenic mice. Read the full job posting here (only in Danish).

Rector of Aarhus University Brian Bech Nielsen. Photo: Jesper Rais
The new building will consist of 8300 m2 laboratory buildings above ground, and 4800 m2 below ground, and will house around 300 employes. Visualization: Cubo Arkitekter A/S
The new Biomedicine building is planned to be completed in the end of 2016. Visualization: Cubo Arkitekter A/S

2014.09.08 | Events

Ground breaking ceremony for the new Biomedicine building

The ground breaking ceremony for the new Biomedicine research building took place 5 Sept. 2014, and the building is planned to be completed in end of 2016, where DANDRITE will then be moving into this new state-of-the-art research facility in the heart of the University Park campus.

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