2017.10.19 | Education news

International Max Planck Research School calls for applications

The International Max Planck Research School for Translational Psychiatry (IMPRS-TP) is offering PhD positions in molecular, cellular and systemic psychiatric research. Application deadline is January 2nd 2018.

2017.10.12 | People , PoulHenningJensen

Fikret Emre Kapucu is new postdoc in Jensen Group

Fikret Emre Kapucu is new postdoc in Poul Henning Jensen's group from October 1st. Having a long-time research experience on developing analysis methods for electrophysiological signals, he will work on the impacts of the intracellular protein aggregation on neuron structure and functionality. In particular, he…

2017.10.11 | Awards

DANDRITE Affiliated Researcher Simon Glerup receives prestigious faculty prize

On Wednesday 11 October 2017, Associate Professor and PhD Simon Glerup from the Department of Biomedicine received the faculty's talent prize named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. The prize winner describes himself as a curious nerd who is looking for 'gold' in his research.

2017.10.10 | Awards, PoulNissen

Prestigious poster prizes to DANDRITEs at Conference in Otsu, Japan

At the 15th meeting on Na,K-ATPase and related P-type ATPases in Otsu, Japan three DANDRITE's received prestigious poster prizes. Joseph Lyons received the first prize and the second prizes went to Milena Laban and Michael Habeck.

2017.10.10 | People , PoulNissen

Sofia Trampari is new PhD Student in Nissen Group

Sofia Trampari is new PhD Student in Nissen Group from October 1st. During her studies in Solid State and Condensed Matter Physics, Sofia had the opportunity to experience the fascinating world of Crystallography. Her innate passion to discover the world and the need to work towards finding ways to improve people’s wellbeing…

2017.10.09 | People , KeisukeYonehara

Akihiro Matsumoto is new postdoc in Yonehara Group

Akihiro Matsumoto is new postdoc in Keisuke Yonehara's group from October 1st. He will investigate the circuit basis for visual processing in the retina. Using a combination of electrophysiological recordings, such as whole-cell recordings and multi-electrode array recordings, two-photon imaging and statistical analysis. He…

2017.10.09 | Research news, PoulNissen

Poul Nissen interviewed for

Three chemists receive the Nobel Prize for making molecules visible. This year the development of a technique for creating biological molecules, Kryo-electron microscopy, is honored. Poul Nissen has worked with two of this years' three Nobel Prize winners in chemistry, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson. Read interviews with Poul Nissen…

2017.10.02 | People

Emma Louth is new postdoc in Capogna Group

Emma Louth is new postdoc in Marco Capogna's group from October 1st. She will be investigating neuronal circuits in human cortical tissue. Using a combination of electrophysiological, neuropharmacological and imaging techniques she will characterize neurons in human cortical samples, elucidate dis-inhibitory circuitry and identify…

2017.09.28 | Events

Science by the sea: connecting with colleagues at the 8th annual Nordic EMBL Partnership meeting

The 8th annual Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine Meeting 2017 took place from 4-7 September in Helsinki.

2017.09.27 | People , PoulHenningJensen

Asad Jan is new AIAS Fellow affiliated DANDRITE

Asad Jan is new AIAS Fellow affiliated Poul Henning Jensen's group from October 1st. He completed his professional studies in Clinical Medicine (2005), followed by a doctoral thesis in Neuroscience at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland (2010). Before joining AIAS (2017) as a junior fellow, he was a…

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