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2016.01.27 | Awards

Angela O'Sullivan receives travel grant

PhD student Angela O’Sullivan in Group Leader Anne von Philipsborn’s group has been awarded a 3 months travel grant from the Boehringer Ingelheim Fond. Angela will use the travel grant for a research visit at Caltech (The California Institute of Technology), United States, from February to May 2016, where she will stay in the laboratory of…

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2016.01.25 | Awards, MagnusKjærgaard

Magnus Kjærgaard is awarded prestigious grant

Magnus Kjærgaard is awarded a large grant of DKK 5 mio. by Villum Fonden's Young Investigator Programme 2016, supporting young, talented researchers. The grant will allow Magnus to investigate how the physical association of biomolecules affects signalling pathways. Magnus Kjærgaard is postdoctoral fellow affiliated Group Leader Poul Nissen's…

2016.01.19 | People , Research news

Two collaborative projects granted through the Associate Research Program (DARE)

The two collaborative research projects are entitled 1: “Advanced fluorescence-based functional studies of the GABA transporter” and 2: “RSK/MSK kinases and the AHC-related dysfunction of Na+,K+-ATPase”. The first project is granted to Team Leader Hanne Poulsen in collaboration with Assistant professor Steffen Sinning, AU Dept. Clinical Medicine,…

2016.01.16 | People

DANDRITE postdoc appointment

Cristine Betzer has been appointed a postdoc position for another year in Group leader Poul Henning Jensen's group starting 16 January 2016. Cristine is working towards understanding how aggregates of alpha-synuclein harm neurons homeostatic mechanisms leading to Parkinson’s disease associated cell death. Studies are conducted in models ranging…

2016.01.11 | Research news

Electron Microscopy on the national roadmap

The Danish Agency for Research and Innovation has announced their roadmap for research infrastructures, which includes several initiatives on e.g. imaging, genetics, proteomics, and compound library screening, which will also critically support DANDRITE research activities and initiatives.