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2015.08.17 | Research news

Good news - The Biotech company NeuronIcon closes down

The Biotech company NeuronIcon bought by Lundbeck in 2009, and previously lead by DANDRITE core group leader Anders Nykjær, closes down since the goals of the company has been fulfilled (the article is only available in Danish).

2015.08.11 | News from the management

Postdoc Fellowships and PhD Scholarships at DANDRITE

DANDRITE invites applications from highly motivated individuals with a strong interest in the field of Neuroscience to join either laboratory of Sadegh Nabavi or laboratory of Duda Kvitsiani. Sadegh Nabavi’s lab is interested in understanding how plasticity at the synaptic and circuit levels relates to behavioral plasticity (learning and memory…

2015.08.10 | People

New laboratory technician at DANDRITE

Anne-Katrine Vestergaard started as laboratory technician in Sadegh Nabavi's group on 10 August 2015. Anne-Katrine's main tasks are management of the laboratory and assisting Sadegh Nabavi with the research on memory formation and consolidation at the synaptic and circuit levels done in his group.

2015.08.10 | People

DANDRITE postdoc appointment

Azadeh Shahsavar has been appointed a postdoc position for another year in Group leader Poul Nissen's group, starting 1 August, 2015. Azadeh Shahsavar is investigate the mechanism of transport, regulation, inhibitors and disease-associated mutations of a number of members of eukaryotic NSS and CCC families. Dysfunction of such membrane pumps…

2015.08.09 | People

New master student at DANDRITE

Emil Gregersen started as master student in Poul Henning Jensen's group on 1 August 2015. Emil will investigate if the complement system has a role in alpha-synuclein dependent neurodegeneration.

2015.08.03 | People

New PhD student at DANDRITE

Bárður Eyjófsson Ellendersen started as PhD student in Anne von Philipsborn's group on 1 August 2015. Bárður will investigate the genetic and neuronal control of behavioral organization and action selection in Drosophila.

2015.08.03 | People

New visiting student at DANDRITE

Jennet Baltayeva is visiting Mark Denham's group as ERASMUS student from the IMC Fachhochschule Krems, Austria, for 6 months from start August 2015 to start February 2016. During her visit Jennet will be working on directing the differentiation of human embryonic stem cells into dopaminergic neurons.