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DANDRITE is an interdisciplinary research centre placed at two departments, Biomedicine and Molecular Biology and Genetics at Aarhus University.
Researchers at DANDRITE perform basic and translational research at highest international level in brain an the nervous system.
The Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine is a unique network of excellent national research centers in the Nordic countries with complementary research expertise.
Denham Lab may have made a breakthrough in the research of Parkinsons Disease, delivering the strongest results for both side-effect-free and…
For Anna Mathia Klawonn, knowledge is in constant motion, and to attain, it requires both persistence, luck, and a little bit of rebelliousness. Now,…
A light-sheet microscopy photo from Nykjaer's lab has been published by Cell Reports as a cover page for the November issue.
In a comprehensive study published in the journal Nature Communications, researchers have studied the structure, function and mechanisms of the…
Professor Marco Capognas imprint on neuroscience is clearer than ever one year after his passing. This is largely due to his lab colleagues who…
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Invitation to the annual Meeting of the French Dendritic Cell Society in Bordeaux, France.
DANDRITE Internal Meetings take place every second Thursday from 9-10 am, where all staff and students at DANDRITE meet to give each other updates on…
Oscar Marin, Leslie Griffith and Kesley Martin will present their work on shaping connections through remote gene regulation.
DANDRITE invites you with spouses and children to the DANDRITE Christmas get-together, with "æbleskiver and glögg".
Join ISO for the annual Christmas Party for international staff and accompanying family members. Click to sign up!
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