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2016.11.23 | People

New student assistant at DANDRITE

Tatiana Adamiec started as a student assistant in Anne von Philipsborn's group per 15 November 2016. She is a student at Aarhus University, where she is studying Global Nutrition and Health on her first year. Tatiana will be based building 1171, room 335.

2016.11.15 | Knowledge exchange

Duda Kvitsiani interviewed for videnskab.dk: A 'tickling rats' study

According to a new study in Science, rats that are tickled exhibit the same behavior as humans. The same study also revealed that tickling can be detected in the brain. According to Duda Kvitsiani, the results are important for understanding what tickling means socially.

2016.11.11 | Research news

Poul Henning Jensen and Mark Denham received the Danish Parkinsons association Grant

Mark Denham got a grant for the project "Combining stem cells and novel bioactive scaffolds to develop new Parkinson Disease therapies" while Poul Henning Jensens project is called "Can caffeine treatment rescue alfa-synuclein aggregation dependent disease spreading and neuron loss? Investigating a novel neuroprotective principle in…

2016.11.07 | People

New student assistant at DANDRITE

Bjørg Krett started as a student assistant in Sadegh Nabavi's group per 1 November 2016. Bjørg will be assisting in the lab. She is a student at Aarhus University, where she is studying Medicine on her second year. Bjørg will be based building 1182, room 212.

2016.11.07 | People

New research assistant at DANDRITE

Rune Rasmussen started as a research assistant in Keisuke Yonehara’s group per November 1, 2016. The main aim is to study the visual cortex and its ability to transform incoming visual information streams into specialized neuronal messages for higher visual cortical areas. The circuit mechanisms of such neuronal computation transformations,…

2016.11.07 | People

New postdoc in Magnus Kjaergaar Group

Xavier Warnet has received a postdoctoral fellowship from the Fondation pour la Recherche Medicale en France to study the interactions between the NMDA receptors and CaMKII kinase in order to better understand the molecular basis of memory.

2016.11.02 | Research news

Duda Kvitsiani and Balázs Hangya got the DARE grant!

The project is entitled: “Electrophysiological recordings and manipulation of single neurons in behaving animals” and it is granted the DANDRITE Associate Research Program (DARE) grant with application deadline August 29th, 2016. The project will furthermore be made in close collaboration with Zoltan Somogyvari's lab.

2016.11.02 | Knowledge exchange

DANDRITE in the medias: What is basic research?

The danish media videnskab.dk have produced an article discussing what basic and applied research (grundforskning) actually means. DANDRITES Director, Poul Nissen, was interviewed for the article.

2016.10.31 | People

PhD student Paula Szalai makes a collaborative study between NCMM and DANDRITE

A collaboration between DANDRITE, Aarhus University, and Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM), the Norwegian node of the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine, University of Oslo, on “The role of the SERCA Pump in Cell Death and Autophagy” has been funded by The Lundbeck Foundation. The collaboration is based on the PhD project of…

Figure 5. pc-nNOS neurons are activated during sleep. See the figure and explanation through the link below this article.

2016.10.28 | Research news

Paper in eNEURO: A better understanding of the mechanisms underlying emotional involvement in sleep deprivation

Affiliated Researcher in DANDRITE Marco Capogna just had a paper published in eNEURO, an open access journal of the American Society for Neuroscience. The research behind this paper gives valuable insights into how a specific neuron type in the amygdala contributes to the sleep-wake cycle.

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