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During the internship Gabija Andreike will be acquainted with histological processing, microscope imaging, genotyping, miniprep/maxiprep and creation of implantable electrodes for electrical stimulation/recording and optic fibers for optical stimulation. Welcome Gabija!
Lonnie recently started as a laboratory technician trainee in Poul Henning Jensen’s group.
Lonnie started at the Department six month ago and has previously been in Morten Nielsen’s Group.
In PHJ Lab Lonnie will be working on protein purification, ELISA, Western Blotting, genotyping of mice and other relevant tasks. Welcome Lonnie!
The new DANDRITE Group Leader, Taro Kitazawa has finally arrived at AU and will now begin the process of setting up his new lab at MBG. Taro's lab will be working with understanding the epigenetic and transcriptional basis of neuroplasticity that underlies memory engram plasticity using rodents as model organism as of today. Click to read more about Taro and his research area. Welcome Taro!
Tim recently completed an MSc. degree in Neurosciences (University of Bremen), during which he specialized particularly in the fields of behavioural research and neuropsychopharmacology. In an interdisciplinary approach, he will investigate the underlying mechanisms that mediate stress-induced social memory modulation. Functional circuit investigation will be carried out via optical and chemogenetic manipulations. Congratulations on your new title Tim!
With training and an MSc. in Clinical Pharmacy (Uni. of Sunderland, UK) followed by an MPhil. in Translational Medicine (Helsinki University, Finland), Islam specialised in systems and circuit neuroscience in his Ph.D. In the PhD training he investigated behavioural effects of heterosynaptic plasticity and the circuitry of innate (and learned) defensive behaviors. Islam will investigate the circuitry that underlies social behaviours in mice and its dynamics relationship with stress, reward and learning. To this end, Islam will use his expertise in in-vivo electrophysiology, optogenetics/chemogenetics, fiber photometry and advanced behavioural testing.
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Islam Faress' PhD defence, Thursday 18 August 2022
Aarhus University once again invites all AU employees to join their colleagues for a run or walk. Registration has closed.
On Friday 19 August, visiting professor Sumantra "Shona" Chattarji, National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, India, will give a talk on…
Health invites you to the attend the annual faculty party on Friday 19 August 2022. Deadline for signing-up: Monday 8 August.
Deadline for registration is 5 August
Dr. Kakoli Bose from Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer in Mumbai, India will give a focus talk on "Unraveling the…
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The Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine, where DANDRITE is the Danish node, is one of EMBL's partnerships, aiming to leverage the EMBL model together with the strengths of the partners, to create an interlinked system of excellent institutions that enhance molecular life science in Europe and the world.
Poul Henning Jensen
Gilles Claude Vanwalleghem
Jane Hvarregaard Christensen
Morten Schallburg Nielsen