Junior Brain Prize award to postdoc Mads Kjølby at the Brain Prize Meeting 2013

Postdoc Mads Kjølby, affiliated with both DANDRITE and the MIND centre, was awarded the Junior Brain Prize for his presentation of the poster "The ectodomain of SorCS1 increases peripheral insulin sensitivity, and lowers plasma glucose levels in mice" at the Brain Prize Meeting 2013, which took place at Hindsgavl Castle, Denmark, Oct. 21st-22nd, 2013.

2013.10.24 | Karen Bech

Postdoc Mads Kjølby

Postdoc Mads Kjølby, affiliated with both DANDRITE and the MIND centre, was awarded the Junior Brain Prize for his presentation of the poster "The ectodomain of SorCS1 increases peripheral insulin sensitivity, and lowers plasma glucose levels in mice" (authors: Mads Kjølby, Karen-Marie Pedersen, Dorthe M Vittrup, Niels Wellner, and Anders Nykjær)at the Brain Prize Meeting 2013, which took place at Hindsgavl Castle, Denmark, Oct. 21st-22nd, 2013.

The Junior Brain Prize is awarded to the best presentation by a junior researcher at the Brain Prize Meeting. Together with the honour of winning this prize comes a personal prize of 2500 Euro.


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