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Peter is the new Student Assistant in the administrative team and will be working with different, supportive tasks, within communications, events and new employees at Dandrite. Peter is studying Public Health Science at the department of Health, AU and is currently on his second semester. Welcome to DANDRITE, Peter!
This month, we highlight DANDRITE alumna Milena Timcenko and learn where she’s letting her research interests in atomic-level protein structure take her.
Amalie will assist with communication support in order to lift our social media precense especially through monthly newsletters and event support.
Furthermore she will juggle multiple functions related to events such as administrator of participants, contact to invited lecturers and more.
In her daily life she studies comparative literature at AU.
Congratulations to Scientific Advisory Board Member Prof. Ole Kiehn who has been awarded the Brain Prize 2022 for having revolutionized our understanding of the neuronal cell types and circuits that control movement.
Please welcome Associate Professor Felicity Davis, who is newly appointed Affiliated Researcher at DANDRITE.
Daniel has started as a bachelor student in the Poul Nissen group, where he will be working together with postdoctoral fellow Ronja Driller. The title of his project is ‘Towards structural and biochemical studies of a polyamine transporter’. Daniel will be working on the vesicular amine transporter SLC18B1, optimizing its purification by exploring various nanodisc-reconstitution methods. Subsequently, purified protein will be utilized for cryo-EM studies. As for now, there are no structures available for this group of polyamine transporters.
The publication is titled "Brain-wide visual habituation networks in wild type and fmr1 zebrafish".
Sofie started as Research Assistant per 1 March. Describing herself and her work, Sofie says:
"My name’s Sofie, I’m 25 and recently graduated from the University of Copenhagen with a master’s degree in Molecular Biomedicine. I have a big interest in music and I love to travel with my family.
I just moved to Aarhus, and I will be working in Poul Henning’s group, initially with developing cellular models to study Parkinson’s Disease."
Our Norwegian partner, NCMM, has opened a new call for 1-2 group leaders in machine learning.
Alena will continue exploring novel molecular mechanisms of receptor signaling during brain development, and their functional importance behind neurodevelopmental psychiatric disorders such as ADHD and autism.
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