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Max Gubert

2018.10.31 | AndersNykjær, People

Max Gubert is new Research Assistant in Nykjær lab

Max Gubert Olivé is a new research assistant in Anders Nykjær lab and he will be assisting Alena Salasova in her work. He will study developmental aspects of the dopaminergic nervous system.

Duda Kvistiani

2018.10.30 | News from the management, DudaKvitsiani

Congratulations to Duda Kvitsiani, who has had his Group Leader extension approved

The Executive Board of DANDRITE has approved the recommendations from Duda’s Assessment Committee to extend his appointment at DANDRITE for another four-year period until 2023.

2018.10.30 | PoulHenningJensen, Research news

Jensen Group receives 350,000 DKK from Parkinsonforeningen (The Parkinson's Foundation)

The grant is assigned to "investigate whether attempts to increase neurons cytosolic calcium levels protect a mouse model of progressive Parkinson’s disease – Effects of SERCA inhibition and activation of calcium channels."

Picture of Lone Frank and Poul Nissen

2018.10.29 | PoulNissen, Knowledge exchange

Poul Nissen interviewed for Radio24syv

Poul Nissen has been interviewed in Radio24syv for the program entitled "24 questions for the Professor" on protein structure research. Host of the interview was research journalist Lone Frank.

2018.10.29 | PoulNissen

Foteini Karapanagioti is new research assistant in Nissen group

The aim of this project for Foteini Karapanagioti is to investigate the structural changes of arrhythmic calmodulin mutations and the effects on the binding to and regulation of the Plasma Membrane Ca2+ ATPase (PMCA) pump. The acquired data will give an insight on the involvement of PMCA dysregulation in the mechanism of calmodulin mutation…

Structural representation of the crystal structure of the protein kinase RSK2 (grey surface) in complex with the drug dimethyl fumarate (yellow spheres). The light blue spheres represent water molecules bound to the protein structure that are also revealed from the crystal structure. The structure was determined at 1.9 Å resolution and the atomic coordinates are available in the protein data bank with access code 5O1S: www.rcsb.org/structure/5O1S
Model of DMF inhibition. Schematic figure of the activation loop transition between inactive and activated state of the C-terminal kinase domain (consisting of the ATP binding domain and the helix bundle domain). DMF targets an allosteric site and blocks kinase activation, and vice versa. Figure: Jacob Lauwring Andersen

2018.10.19 | Research news, PoulNissen, Eliteforskning

New insight into the mechanism of the drug against sclerosis and psoriasis - New publication from Nissen Group

A multidisciplinary research team at Aarhus University has provided fundamental new insight into the mechanism of the medical drug dimethyl fumarate, which is the active component of important treatments for multiple sclerosis and psoriasis. The results contribute to the development of new strategies for drug discovery.

Dr Janna Saarela. Photo: Kirsi Tuura

2018.10.12 | People

Expert in genomics of human immune disorders recruited as new Director of NCMM

The University of Oslo has recruited Dr Janna Saarela, Research Director of Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), the Finnish node of the Nordic EMBL Partnership, as the new Director of Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM).

2018.10.12 | Events, PoulNissen

New exhibition at the Steno Museum ‘Profession and Passion – a Life in Science’

The heart of the exhibition is the Nobel Prize laureate Jens Chr. Skou’s office and the main focus is his sodium-potassium pump. Together with five other researchers’ workplaces and their stories, Jens Chr. Skou’s office comprises the basis of the exhibition. Poul Nissen and his group exhibit as part of the story behind Skou. Poul is represented…

Wen-Hsien Hou presenting his poster at the meeting. 
Emma Louth presenting her poster at the meeting.

2018.10.10 | Marco Capogna, KeisukeYonehara

Capogna’s and Yonehara’s groups contributed to the Brain Conference “The necessity of cell types for brain function”, Copenhagen, 7-10 October

Capogna’s and Yonehara’s groups contributed to the scientific program of a recent Brain Conference held in Copenhagen aiming to elucidate the role of various cell types in the brain. The program of the conference included the contribution of several internationally known neuroscientists including Brain Prize winners. Capogna’s lab contributed with…

2018.10.09 | People , AnnevonPhilipsborn

Peter Kerwin is accepted as PhD student in Anne von Philipsborn's group

Peter Kerwin has been accepted as PhD student in Anne von Philipsborn's group starting 1 November 2018. He will continue as research asisstant until he starts his PhD studies. Peter will be working on genetic and neuronal mechanisms of female mate choice and acoustic communication.

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