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2018.01.17 | Awards

Sara Basse receives a PhD Fellowship from the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds

Sara will investigate the structural and mechanistic basis of unidirectional calcium transport through direct visualization by single-molecule FRET and FRET-guided crystallization of key intermediates, and she will establish techniques for simultaneously monitor single-molecule dynamics and transport activity to study how ion pumps…

2018.01.15 | People

Nelson Ferreira has been prolonged for 1 year as postdoc in Jensen Group

Nelson Ferreira will be responsible for overseeing the mouse colonies in Poul Henning Jensen’s group apart from continuing his current postdoctoral research on in vivo prion-like spreading of α-synuclein dependent neuropathology and the molecular basis for development of strains associated to different α-synucleinopathies.

2018.01.15 | Awards

Marina Romero-Ramos' lab has been awarded 600.000 DKK by The Novo Nordisk Foundation

Dr. Romero-Ramos' lab has been awarded 600.000 DKK by The Novo Nordisk Foundation under the Bioscience and Basic Biomedicine call from Autumn 2017. The grant will support the expenses related to a PhD project in the Romero-Ramos lab for the coming 2 years. This project aims to study the role of peripheral immune cells in the…

2018.01.09 | People , PoulNissen

Foteini Karapanagioti is visiting student in Poul Nissen's group

During her visit Foteini Karapanagioti will be investigating the effects of arrythmogenic calmodulin mutations on the regulation of cardiac plasma membrane Ca2+ ATPase. She is visiting master student from Aalborg University and will be visiting for ½ year.

2018.01.08 | News from the management

The Nordic EMBL Partnership is now seeking PhD Students in Molecular Medicine

As part of the joint Nordic EMBL Partnership call for PhD students in Molecular Medicine, we are seeking outstanding candidates for PhD positions.

2018.01.08 | Awards, PoulHenningJensen

Poul Henning Jensen receives DKK 3,8 millions from The Michael J. Fox Foundation

Poul Henning receives the grant for his research on Parkinson's disease. Please read the entire news story here (only in Danish).