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2014.03.25 | People

Postdoc receives a large grant for research stay in Germany

Mette Laursen from Poul Nissen's group has received a grant of approx. DKK two million from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The grant will finance a two-year stay at EMBL Hamburg where she will carry out research into combating tuberculosis.

2014.03.24 | Research news, PoulHenningJensen

New publication - Accumulation of oligomer-prone alpha-synuclein exacerbates synaptic and neuronal degeneration in vivo

New publication from Poul Henning Jensen's group published in Brain, a Journal of Neurology. Results from this study support the hypothesis that accumulating oligomeric alpha-synuclein may mediate early synaptic pathology in Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies by disrupting synaptic vesicles. This oligomer-prone model might be useful…

2014.03.07 | Events

DANDRITE Symposium - Monday 17 March 2014

Once again DANDRITE has gathered some of the top neuroscientist from around the world, and hosts a symposium Monday the 17 March, 2014, from 12.15 - 17.00, where the scientists present their current research. The symposium is open for all and no sign up needed. Click to see program.

2014.03.05 | News from the management

DANDRITE's first year!

DANDRITE has now existed for 1 year since the official opening on 5 March, 2013. It has truly been a fabulous start, and we are looking very much forward to continue our development in 2014.

2014.03.02 | People

DANDRITE postdoc appointment

Postdoc Antoni Kowalski is visiting Core Group Leader Poul Nissen's group for three years from 1 March, 2014. Antoni Kowalski is working with plasma membrane calcium ATPases and calcium homeostasis and signaling in brain cells.