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Professor Silvio Rizzoli gave on November 17th a very inspiring talk about a new development for the expansion microscopy technique and its potential in biological and structural investigations.
The technique is particularly exciting because it allows higher resolution biological imaging with microscopes present at most research institutes, and not costly very advanced instruments. See the video with the full lecture.
Studying the neurons in a chicken eye as an undergraduate student, led Thomas Kim down the road of basic science and research in cell development. In his toolbox, he brings new research technologies. Technologies that may unravel missing links in the molecular research field and find new therapeutic approaches to diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Now he is about to create a team who wants to join him in his efforts - while also having fun at the same time.
Associate professor Marina Romero-Ramos and professor Yonglun Luo are among the 11 research talents to receive a grant of 5 million Danish kroner over a period of 4 years. The grant is earmarked for new research projects within the field of neuroscience and is meant to support researchers at the associate professor or professor level who want to cultivate new research areas within their scientific field.
The Danish National Research Foundation invites the Danish scientific community to submit their best photos to the DNRF Photo Competition 2023.
Mariam will continue her work as a PhD student in Poul Nissen’s group, where her research will focus on the characterization of the structural and functional properties of sortilin interactions with different apoE isoforms in the context of Alzheimer associated amyloid β clearance and lipid metabolism. She will be working on the project together with Charlott Stock and with the group of Thomas Willnow.
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All PhD students, Research Year students, and supervisors are invited to the PhD Day. Deadline for
submission of abstracts was 1 November 2022.
We welcome all scientists within the Nordic EMBL Partnership, and their local collaborators, to join our online seminars and clinics covering topics…
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The conference bring together top-level researchers in key areas of contemporary neuroscience to discuss current concepts and define challenges for…
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The Nordic EMBL Partnership was awarded funding from NordForsk as part of its Partnership Hub Infrastructure call. The funding is designed to help increase knowledge transfer and interactions across the Nordic EMBL Partnership.
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.