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2019.02.22 | Research news, HannePoulsen

New publication from Team Leader Hanne Poulsen published in the Journal Brain

Team Leader Hanne Poulsen has co-authored the article entitled "A novel ATP1A2 mutation in a patient with hypokalaemic periodic paralysis and CNS symptoms", published in the scientific journal Brain - A Journal of Neurology.

2019.02.20 | People , MagnusKjærgaard

Welcome to new student Emily Pheasant in Team Leader Magnus Kjærgaard's group

Emily Carlsen Pheasant is a new master student in Team Leader Magnus Kjærgaard’s research group per start February 2019. She will study the phosphorylation-dependent interaction between NMDA receptor 2B and postsynaptic density proteins to characterize the role of activity dependent-kinases in the trafficking of the NMDA receptor to the…

Figure 1. Blood-nerve barrier

2019.02.19 | ChristianVægter, Research news

Postdoc Nádia Gonçalves from Vaegter's lab published a new review article

Following previous work from 2017 for Nature Reviews Neurology, Vægter group has recently published a review in Frontiers Neuroscience entitled: "Functional and Structural Changes of the Blood-Nerve-Barrier in Diabetic Neuropathy". The work was performed in collaboration with other DANDRITE researchers and the International Diabetic Neuropathy…

2019.02.18 | MortenSchallburg Nielsen

Welcome to new Postdoc Diana Hudecz

Diana Hudecz joined Morten Schallburg Nielsen’s group as a postdoctoral fellow in February 2019, where she will work with receptors in brain endothelial. One of the aims of her research is to investigate the receptor expression in the entire brain using animal models and light sheet fluorescence microscopy. Furthermore, she will study the…

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2019.02.15 | News from the management, KeisukeYonehara

Congratulations to Keisuke Yonehara, who has had his Group Leader extension approved

The Executive Board of DANDRITE has approved the recommendations from the Assessment Committee to extend Keisuke’s appointment at DANDRITE for another four-year period until 2024.

2019.02.13 | Research news, MortenSchallburg Nielsen

Danish researchers aim at finding ways through the brain's defense mechanisms

The news article is currently only available in Danish. Forskere fra Aarhus Universitet og Københavns Universitet tager del i et stort europæisk forskningskonsortium, som har til formål at finde nye måder at behandle hjernelidelser på. Konsortiet er finansieret af en bevilling på 67 mio. kr. fra EU’s Innovative Medicines Initiative.

Photo: Asad Jan

2019.02.11 | PoulHenningJensen

Postdoc and AIAS fellow Asad Jan is co-author on new review article

The article entitled: "Translational control in brain pathologies: biological significance and therapeutic opportunities" has recently been published in Acta Neuropathologica.

Golgi-cox stained pyramidal neuron from mouse anterior cingulate cortex. Spines shaped like small mushrooms appear along the dendrites.

2019.02.08 | Research news, JaneHvarregaardChristensen

New publication from Jane Hvarregaard Christensen in Neurobiology of Disease

How is the brain affected when the expression of the schizophrenia associated BRD1 gene is reduced? We already know that BRD1 deficient mice show behavioral phenotypes with broad translational relevance to psychiatric disorders, however little is known about the underlying causes.

2019.02.07 | AndersNykjær

Welcome to new intern Andreaa Udrea

Andreea Udrea is a new intern in Anders Nykjær’s group per January 28th. Andreea is a technician and has been working at Copenhagen University before she started her professional bachelor’s degree in chemical and biotechnical technology. As a part of her education she will do a 20-week internship in Anders Nykjær lab, during this time…

2019.02.05 | People , PoulNissen

Welcome to new ERASMUS intern Andreu Sabater

Andreu Sabater is new ERASMUS intern from the University of Barcelona, visiting Poul Nissen's research group from start February to end June 2019. During his internship, Andreu will work together with postdoc Montaña Bermejo on a project concerning stabilization and activity of the human copper pump associated with Wilson disease.

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