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2017.12.13 | KeisukeYonehara

New publication from Rune Rasmussen in Cell Systems - Chaotic Dynamics Mediates Brain State Transitions, Driven by Changes in Extracellular Ion Concentrations

By extending the Averaged Neuron model to include changes in extracellular ion concentrations, Rasmussen et al. show that transitions between states of sleep and wakefulness are facilitated by ionic changes and governed by chaotic dynamics, which ensure smooth and robust transitions.

2017.12.11 | People , AnnevonPhilipsborn

Krista van den Heuvel is new Trainee in Philipsborn Group

Krista will be investigating the neuronal circuit mechanisms that underlie courtship behaviour and reward in the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster.

2017.12.07 | Events

New PhD course open for registration: Advanced In-vivo Optical imaging techniques in January and February 2018. Sign up before January 5.

Optical imaging techniques are methodologies used to study structural dynamics and functional signalling cellular networks of living organs. If you are interested to learn how to perform in-vivo optical using small murine models, we would like you to join this course. Link for the course calendar:…

2017.12.06 | Research news

Center for Proteins in Memory is now open

The new Danish National Research Foundation Center of Excellence, PROMEMO, started on 1 December 2017.

2017.12.05 | Awards, KeisukeYonehara

Monica Dahlstrup Sietam receives a PhD fellowship on the amount of DKK 1.575.000 from Lundbeckfonden

Monica is currently Research Assistant in Yonehara Group and she is applying to start her PhD project in February 2018. The title of her project is "Genetic mechanisms underlying eye disease". The project will be performed in a close collaboration with Keisuke Yonehara and Hanne Poulsen.

2017.12.04 | Events, Marco Capogna

Graduate Course: Understanding the Brain through the Hippocampus and other neural systems 2017 organized by Marco Capogna

The four day course (28 November-1 December 2017), held at Aarhus University, has addressed key topics in molecular, cellular and system neuroscience. The vision from which the course is based is that explanation of normal and pathological events in the brain can only come from the rigorous definition of the neuronal circuits that underlie these…

2017.12.01 | Awards, PoulNissen

Michael Voldsgaard Clausen and Poul Nissen has been granted DKK 400,000 to Research Infrastructure from the Carsberg Foundation

Project title: Feel the Force - How do cellular membranes couple force to electrical signaling

2017.11.30 | Awards

Biomedical spin-out company from AU receives million-kroner grant

A completely new spin-out company has just been named the best biotech start-up – and has at the same time received DKK 2.5 million from The Novo Nordisk Foundation. The grant will be used to develop medicine that lowers cholesterol levels.

2017.11.30 | Awards, PoulNissen

Prof. Poul Nissen receives DKK 132,000 from AUFF to host Assoc. Prof. Elizabeth Wright as a visiting professor in March and April 2018.

The visiting research grant will support new studies of neuronal membrane structures by Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy and Cryo-Electron Tomography.

2017.11.28 | Awards, PoulHenningJensen

AIAS fellow Asad Jan receives Postdoctoral Fellowship from Lundbeckfonden

AIAS fellow Asad Jan receives postdoctoral fellowship award, in the form of running costs amounting DKK 900,000 from Lundbeckfonden over 3 years, to apply genome editing in a mouse model of Parkinson disease. The project will target the genetic makeup of spinal cord neurons using viral vectors in order to prevent the prion-like propagation of…

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