DANDRITE ENCOUNTERS

DANDRITE STUDENT ENCOUNTERS 2018

Looking for neuroscience bachelor, master or PhD projects?

Get inspiration and insights on opportunities for student projects in DANDRITE’s research groups at DANDRITE ENCOUNTERS 2018.


At this years STUDENT ENCOUNTERS - DANDRITE's different research groups will open their labs to students at guided tours around their intriguing labs. This is an unique opportunity to hear about astonishing research within the neurobiological field and to get insights on project oppertunities.


DATE:
28 February 2018 at 15:00-18:00
Place: Aud. 6. at Ole Worms Alle 3 (Building 1170, 347).
Deadline for registration: February 21st

Program: 
15:15                Introduction by Prof. and Director Poul Nissen
15:30                Presentation by a Master and a PhD student at DANDRITE
15:45                Find your selected lab tour
16:00                Lab tour 1 (30 minutes)
16:30                Break with refreshments and find your next lab tour in Aud. 6 (1170)
17:00                Lab tour 2 (30 minutes)
17:30                Lab network mingle with a soda and a slize of pizza in Aud. 6 (1170)

Read more below about the research groups that are offering lab tours and find out which lab tour(s) you would like to join. Sign up for 1 or maximum 2 lab tours.

 

 


Groups at DANDRITE


Nissen Lab
Structural and Functional Studies of Membrane Transporters in Brain

Follow the link to read more about Master and PhD study opportunities in Group Leader Poul Nissen's group. Please contact Poul Nissen directly, if interested.


Jensen Lab
Parkinson’s disease – Disease mechanisms and nerve cell protective strategies

Follow the link to read more about Master and PhD study opportunities in Group Leader Poul Henning Jensen's group. Please contact Poul Henning Jensen directly, if interested.


Denham Lab
Modelling Human Neural Development and Disease with Stem Cells

Follow the link to read more about Master student opportunities in Group Leader Mark Denham's group. Please contact Mark Denham directly, if interested.


Yonehara Lab
Structure, function and development of neural circuits in visual system

Follow the link to read more about currently projects available for students in Group Leader Keisuke Yonehara's group. Please contact Keisuke Yonehara directly, if interested.


Poulsen Lab
Electrophysiology of electrogenic transporters and ion channels

Follow the link to read more about currently projects available for Master and PhD students in Team Leader Hanne Poulsen's team. Please contact Hanne Poulsen directly, if interested.


Vægter Lab
Glia cells and their regulation of neuronal functions in health and disease 

Follow the link to read more about study opportunities in Christian Vægter's group. Please contact Christian Vægter directly, if interested.


Nykjær Lab
Functions of the sortilin receptor family in health and disease

Follow the link to read more about Master and PhD study opportunities in Group Leader Anders Nykjær's group. Please contact Anders Nykjær directly, if interested


Philipsborn Lab
Behavioral genetics and circuit neuroscience

Follow the link to read more about Master and PhD study opportunities in Group Leader Anne von Philipsborn's group. Please contact Anne von Philipsborn directly, if interested.


Kvitsiani Lab
Project in fruit fly behaviour

Follow the link to read more about Master student opportunities in Group Leader Duda Kvitsiani's group. Please contact Duda Kvitsiani directly, if interested.


Nabavi Lab
Memory formation and consolidation at the synaptic and circuit levels

Follow the link to read more about projects for Postdocs, Master and PhD students in Group Leader Sadegh Nabavi's group. Please contact Sadegh Nabavi directly, if interested.


Kjærgaard Lab
Neurotransmitter receptors and effective concentrations in signalling complexes  

Follow the link to read more about currently projects available for Master and PhD students in Team Leader Magnus Kjærgaard's team. Please contact Magnus Kjærgaard directly, if interested.


About DANDRITE

DANDRITE is a center commited to research about the molecular mechanisms that controls the signaling and communication pathways in the brain and nervous system. These are of considerable importance for behaviour, senses and consciousness, as well as for neurological and psychiatric conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, depression and schizophrenia. DANDRITE is the Danish node of the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine.