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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.
CRISIS is the theme of this third version of the AIAS e-magazine created and edited by current and former AIAS-fellows.
This month you can read more about becoming a Group Leader at DANDRITE, a new collaboration with AIAS, interview with new- SAB-member, Professor…
Simrandeep Kaur Sidhu has spent the last 10 weeks as an NAD-fellow in Sadegh Nabavi's Lab. In this blogpost she shares her experience and output…
As a new Group Leader at DANDRITE, you will not only become part of the excellent neuroscientific research community at Aarhus University and Aarhus…
In a new scientific review, authors from DANDRITE compile the most relevant and recent data on one category of growth factors in the cerebellum and…
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Oscar Marin, Leslie Griffith and Kesley Martin will present their work on shaping connections through remote gene regulation.
WHO The Nordic Neuroscience meeting is intended for all neuroscientists in the Nordic and Baltic countries, but scientists from other parts of the…
Mike Fainzilber, Yingxi Lin and Richard Tsien will present their work on synapse to nucleus signalling.
Emily Osterweil, Gary Bassell and Giovanna Mallucci will present their work on dysfunctional translation in disease.
Elizabeth Pollina, Eric Nestlerand Michelle Monje will present their work on activity-dependent gene regulation in health and disease.
More information will follow.
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