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The Department of Biomedicine has just opened a call for three new positions: a Professorship, a tenured Assistant Professorship, and an Associate Professorship with an application deadline on 15 March 2023.
In January 2023, DANDRITE welcomed a new, fourth member of senior management, Professor Jelena Radulovic.
How do you go from someone supervised to someone supervising?
A group of 24 Ph.Ds., postdocs, and assistant professors from DANDRITE and PROMEMO participated in a workshop to learn just that. Associate Professor Mette Krogh Christensen facilitated and shared her scientific insights on the theme.
A new international research collaboration just received 20 million DKK to make a detailed mapping of the early changes that occur in neurons when the disease processes associated with Parkinson’s disease slowly accumulate. Their preliminary data strongly suggests such changes can be inhibited – and if proven correct raises hope for future disease-modifying treatments.
Gennaro is from Italy and will be joining Mark Denham's Lab for six months. In the lab he will be analyzing neurons derived from human iPS cells and, in particular, the project will focus on the analysis of the ability of these cells to generate various neuronal populations, with a specific interest in dopaminergic neurons.
Three established researchers from DANDRITE receive each around 5 million DKK from the Novo Nordisk Exploratory Interdisciplinary Synergy Program. In collaboration with external collaborators, the grant will help bring new innovative insights into gut bacteria’s meaning for mental health, the inheritance of learning capabilities, and the connection between the development of Parkinson’s disease and microbiome therapeutics in the gut.
Macrina is from Italy and is currently taking a Master’s degree in Experimental and Applied Biology in Pavia. She will be joining Denham’s Lab for six months for an internship. She will be helping to differentiate and maintain the culture of neurons and analyze the modified stem cell's ability to generate various neuronal populations.
DANDRITE Assistant Professor Noëmie Mermet-Joret is among 25 research daredevils to receive an amount of 2 million DKK to further develop her study in the amygdala. Her project investigates if hard-wired circuitry in the amygdala provides the scaffolding for rapid learning of aversive experiences.
Meetings, symposia, a royal visit, and new building facilities. The year 2022 was eventful for DANDRITE and its researchers.
With this video, DANDRITE wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The Lundbeck Foundation fuels young neuroscientist's biotech vision with a DKK 5 million grant from its new Frontier Grant programme. Lasse Reimer of DANDRITE at Aarhus University will spend the next 18 months bringing the promising project to maturity and taking it out of the lab in search of investors.
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In this talk, AIAS Fellow, Barbara Berger, will discuss how oscillations can inform our understanding of functional brain networks, how they enable…
The Danish National Research Foundation invites the Danish scientific community to submit their best photos to the DNRF Photo Competition 2023.
The Ministry of Education and Research organizes this workshop in connection with this year's edition of Bestil en Forsker.
Internal Meeting at DANDRITE with two scientific presentations.
Professor Micah Allen, CFIN
Ph.D. Michael Woo, Kvitsiani Lab
Linking molecular cell biology, biophysics and structural biology at Aarhus University
We welcome all scientists within the Nordic EMBL Partnership, and their local collaborators, to join our online seminars and clinics covering topics…
Professor Ditte Demontis, Dept. of Biomedicine
A representative from Hanne Poulsen's…
Young DANDRITE (YoDA) invites you to a Friday bar! Bring your friends, colleagues, your HAPPY Friday vibes and join for a beer or any drink of your…
At DANDRITE STUDENT ENCOUNTERS the different research groups at DANDRITE will offer guided tours around their intriguing labs to interested students.
BRI holds an international symposium every year as a joint usage/research center event. Please join our virtual BRI International Symposium on March 9…
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