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2017.01.31 | Awards

Szilard Sajgo awarded the Marie Curie Individual Fellowship

Szilard is postdoc in Yonehara lab, and have this far been on a Velux Fellowship. He has now been awarded the Marie Curie Individual Fellowship for a project about the role of individual retinal ganglion cell types in visual computations and behaviours.

2017.01.27 | People

Cristine Betzer is new assistant professor in Jensen group

Cristine Betzer has been appointed as assistant professor for 5 years in group leader Poul Henning Jensens group starting January 17th 2017. Cristine Betzer will be working towards understanding the disease causing mechanisms underlying alpha-synuclein aggregation induced cell death with specific focus on changes in different ion homeostasis.…

2017.01.27 | People

New intern at DANDRITE

DANDRITE welcomes Satoshi Aoyama, who will be an intern in Keisuke Yonehara’s group from January 11th to March 31st, 2017. Satoshi will establish an electroporation-based new gene transfer method for the eye and brain of mice. Such new method will serve as a basis for future investigation of circuit mechanisms of vision.

2017.01.26 | People

Muwan Chen will stay at DANDRITE for two more years

Muwan Chen is a postdoc i Denham Group. She is working towards developing an in vitro model of Parkinson’s disease. The project involves reprogramming patient fibroblast into pluripotent stem cells and using these to derive dopaminergic neurons in vitro. The aims are to identify early cellular changes that underlie the onset of neurodegeneration.…

2017.01.09 | People

Majid Erfani Moghaddam is new postdoc in Nabavi group

Majid Erfani Moghaddam joined Sadegh Nabavi Laboratory for a one-year postdoc research on the interactions of disordered domains of the receptors involved in synapse plasticity. He is interested in the investigations on protein structure-function relationships through dynamical properties, mainly using NMR and simulations.

2017.01.05 | People

Philipsborns group welcomes postdoc Volker Berendes

Volker Berendes started on the 2nd of January. He is in DANDRITE for a one year postdoc period in Anne Von Philipsborns laboratory. Here he will study how the nervous system generates and controls behaviour.