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2017.06.01 | People , SadeghNabavi

Andrea Moreno is new Postdoc in Nabavi Group

Andrea will work in the establishment of an in vivo electrophysiological recording and stimulation setup, which will be used in the lab to bridge molecular, in vitro electrophysiology, and behavioural data together. She is interested in the mechanisms governing learning and memory, especially from a integrative systems…

2017.06.01 | People , PoulNissen

Michael Habeck is new Postdoc in Nissen Group

Michael is interested in structural studies of Na,K-ATPase isoforms and mutations causing neurological diseases.

2017.06.01 | Awards, AndersNykjær

Prof. Anders Nykjær receives DKK 250.000 from Foundation for Research in Neurology

Anders Nykjær receives DKK 250.000 for the project "Functional characterization of the multiple sclerosis risk gene SORCS3: a novel drug target".

2017.05.23 | News from the management

DANDRITE's annual report 2016

It is our great pleasure to present the Annual Report 2016 from DANDRITE. The Annual Report 2016 covers our 4th year of operation of DANDRITE. With the recent news of our prolongation for a second five-year period until 2023, we are pleased to be looking ahead as well on a long-term commitment to establish original, new research. The Annual…

2017.05.17 | Research news, SadeghNabavi

Marco Capogna and Sadegh Nabavi publish a paper in the prestigious journal Neuron edited by Cell Press, 17 May 2017

The title of the paper is: “Synaptic plasticity and network oscillations in amygdala circuits for storage and retrieval of emotional memories”.

2017.05.16 | People , KeisukeYonehara

Yutaka Shimizu is new postdoc in Yonehara Group

Yutaka started in Keisuke's group per May 15th. He is interested in the molecular mechanism underlying functional motion-sensitive neural network in the retina. He is aiming at elucidating it by combining mouse genetics, molecular biology, behavioral analysis and electrophysiology.

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2017.05.10 | Awards, PoulNissen

DANDRITE receives a 5-year prolongation grant of DKK 60 million from Lundbeckfonden

The grant extends an ambitious neuroscience research initiative in Denmark and provides the DANDRITE researchers at Aarhus University with the opportunity to continue their work up until 2023. The aim is for groundbreaking, new studies of basic mechanisms in neuroscience such as in neuronal development, the processing of visual input, brain-muscle…

2017.05.10 | Knowledge exchange, AndersNykjær

Anders Nykjær interviewed for DR Science

On Neuroscience Day 2017, Group Leader Anders Nykjær was interviewed for two articles by DR Science.

2017.05.10 | People , AnnevonPhilipsborn

Per Rosing Mogensen is new IT employee in Philipsborn Group

Per started in Anne's group from April 15th. He will work with data analysis, scientific computing, scientific visualization and illustration.

2017.05.05 | Awards, AndersNykjær, PoulNissen

DANDRITE researchers receive DFF-Research Project Grants from the Danish Council for Independent Research

Core group leaders Anders Nykjær and Poul Nissen, group leader Sadegh Nabavi and team leader Magnus Kjærgaard are all recipients of research grants from the FNU, FSS and FTP sections of DFF.

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