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2018.03.06 | Research news

The Brain Prize Winners 2018 has been announced

The Brain Prize for 2018 is awarded to Bart De Strooper, Michel Goedert, Christian Haass, and John Hardy 'for their groundbreaking research on the genetic and molecular basis of Alzheimer’s disease, with far-reaching implications for the development of new therapeutic interventions as well as for the understanding of other neurodegenerative…

2018.03.05 | News from the management, PoulNissen, People

Poul Nissen continues as appointed director of DANDRITE

We are very happy to announce that core group leader Poul Nissen will continue as the director of DANDRITE, appointed by the executive board. The appointment is for the second 5 year period per 5 March 2018. Poul Nissen was first appointed founding director for one year in 2013 and then as the director for four years in 2014. The leadership will…

2018.03.05 | PoulNissen, ThomasBoesen, HannePoulsen

New laboratory technician at DANDRITE

Tanja Klymchuk is now affiliated as shared laboratory technician at DANDRITE, sharing her time between the group's of Poul Nissen, Hanne Poulsen, Magnus Kjærgaard, Thomas Boesen, and Assoc. prof. Bjørn Pedersen at the Dept. Molecular Biology and Genetics. Tanja will, together with technician Anna Marie Nielsen, take over some of the duties and…

2018.03.02 | Awards, SadeghNabavi

Nabavi lab received 2,000,000 DKK from Lundbeckfonden & NIH BRAIN Initiative for the project “Independent optical excitation of overlapping neural populations in behaving animals”.

In the last decade, optogenetic techniques, particularly light-gated ion channels, have been a transformational tool. They are powerful enough to manipulate a single neuron in behaving animals, and yet simple enough to be adapted by laboratories of diverse expertise. Light-gated ion channels come in different varieties, with blue and red-shifted…

2018.03.02 | Knowledge exchange

The InnoFounder incubator is open for applications

Are you the next awesome Danish startup? InnoFounder, a nationwide design-driven incubator for recent graduates, is now open for applications.

2018.02.26 | People , Research news

New research assistant position open at DANDRITE

We are looking for a motivated and skilled Research Assistant at DANDRITE, the Danish Research Institute of Translational Neuroscience at Aarhus University. The position is joint between the Philipsborn and Kvitsiani laboratories. Your responsibilities will be assisting researchers in conducting behavioural experiments with fruitflies…

2018.02.13 | People , AndersNykjær

Jeppe Tranberg-Jensen is new bachelor student in Nykjær Group

Jeppe Tranbjerg-Jensen is a new bachelor student in Anders Nykjær group from February 1st. During the next 6 months, he will study axon outgrowth in primary motor neuron cultures and mice embryos to characterize the role of the receptor, SorCS2, in motor neuron development.

2018.02.12 | People , KeisukeYonehara

Monica Dahlstrup Sietam is now PhD Student in Yonehara Group

Monica has received a PhD fellowship on the amount of DKK 1.575.000 from Lundbeckfonden for her project. Monica was previously Research Assistant in Yonehara Group.

2018.02.12 | People , MarkDenham

Reyila Simayi is new Erasmus student in Denham Group

Reyila has joined the Denham lab as an Erasmus exchange student for the next 6 months. Her project will involve using human induced pluripotent stem cells to investigating the link between patients with heterozygous GBA mutations and Parkinson’s disease.

2018.02.08 | Awards, AndersNykjær

Anders Nykjær recieves DKK 15 mio. from the Lundbeck Foundation

Anders receives DKK 15 mio for the 5-year project "Sortilin - balancing synaptic strength and mood states".

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