2017.11.15 | Awards

Pardis Zarifkar, medical student in Sadegh Nabavi lab has been rewarded 140.000 DKK grant from DSfN-Lundbeckfond

The money is granted to study anxiety in a PD model mouse. The title of theproject is “Oxytocin attenuates anxiety caused by pathological changes in the neurocircuitry of the Amygdala in Parkinsons Disease”. This project is performed in a close collaboration with Poul Henning Jensen's lab.

2017.11.14 | Knowledge exchange

Innovation Fund Denmark (IFD) visits Aarhus University January 16th

On Tuesday the 16th of January at 1 PM to 3 PM Aarhus University and Innovation Fund Denmark (IFD) invites you to an open information meeting about IFD’s calls in 2018.

2017.11.10 | MarkDenham

Mark Denham receives DKK 120.000 from Bjarne Saxhofs Foundation facilitated by the Parkinsons Association

Mark Denham recieves DKK 120.000 for the project: : "A novel Stem Cell model for Parkinson’s disease: Investigating genetic and environmental interactions"

(Photo: Mateusz Dyla)

2017.11.09 | PoulNissen, MagnusKjærgaard

Poul Nissen, Mateusz Dyla and Magnus Kjærgaard publish article in the leading journal Nature

The article ‘Dynamics of P-type ATPase transport revealed by single-molecule FRET’ was published yesterday on 8 November 2017. Our cells are capable of moving energy and material around to the places where they are required, and ensuring that the body works properly. But how do the cells do this in real time from the perspective of the…

Professor Kjetil Taskén. Photo: John Hughes/UiO

2017.11.09 | People

NCMM Director to join Institute for Cancer Research at Oslo University Hospital

Director of NCMM, Professor Kjetil Taskén, has been appointed as the Head and Director of Institute for Cancer Research Oslo University Hospital (OUH)

2017.11.08 | Awards

Marco Capogna granted DKK 500.000 by Lundbeckfonden

The money is granted to investigate neuron types of hippocampal-amygdala networks in rodents.

Auditurium. Photo: Maria Thykær Jensen

2017.11.07 | Events

Visit by Annabel Darby on November 1-3

Last week - on November 1-3 - we had a visit by Annabel Darby - our joint Nordic EMBL communications officer. Annabel was here to work with us on our content for the new partnership website, communications work in general and finally yet importantly, she also contributed to our video workshop that was held last week. Annabel also joined our…

2017.11.06 | Research news

DKK 300,000 to research into improved medication of patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease

Associate Professor and PhD Morten Schallburg Nielsen from the Department of Biomedicine at Aarhus University is receiving DKK 300,000 from the Riisfort Foundation. The grant will go towards funding research into the blood-brain barrier, and lead to the improved medication of patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

2017.11.02 | Knowledge exchange

Nordic EMBL Partnership website is now live

The new Nordic EMBL Partnership website is now live. The website is designed to help give the Nordic EMBL Partnership a more formal identity, and to share news, updates, events and training opportunities from across the network in one place, and to particularly highlight any collaborations that are taking place between the nodes.

2017.11.02 | People , PoulNissen

Esben Quistgaard is new assistant professor in Nissen Group

Esben Quistgaard is new assistant professor in Poul Nissen's group from November 3rd 2017. He comes from a position as a senior scientist at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm where he has worked on structural characterization of membrane proteins using X-ray crystallography. He will now continue studying this class of proteins, but will shift…

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