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2019.11.29 | Grants and awards

Prof. Thomas Willnow, MDC Berlin, will establish a new research group at Dept. of Biomedicine

Prof. Thomas Willnow has been awarded a DKK 50 mio. Novo Nordisk Foundation Laurate grant and will start at Department of Biomedicine on 1 December 2019.

2019.11.29 | Administrative

Newsletter 101 November 2019

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2019.11.29 | Meeting

Career Guidance and Junior researcher Development Program

Information meeting will take place on Tuesday 3 December at 11.30-13:00.

2019.11.29 | Seminar

Seminar by Sandrine Pierre, Ph.D.

Associate Investigator and Education Coordinator, Sandrine Pierre, from Marshall Institute for Interdisciplinary Research, USA, will give a lecture entitled "Manipulations of Atp1a1 in the mouse uncover new Na/K-ATPase isoform-specific biological functions"

2019.11.29 | Symposium

Join The 12th FENS Forum of Neuroscience in Glasgow this summer

Speakers have been announced and the full scientific programme can now be found. Explore the initial FENS 2020 scientific programme, covering neuroscience from basic to translational research via this link. Registration and the call for abstracts will open on 1 December 2019. This edition of the FENS Forum of Neuroscience is once again shaping up…

2019.11.29 | Seminar

Seminar by Professor Alexander V. Chibalin

Associate Professor of Cell Physiology, Alexander V. Chibalin, from Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery Karolinska Institutet, Sweeden, will give a seminar entitled "Pumps, ions and energy metabolism: signaling to and from Na,K-ATPase"

Photo: Lars Kruse

2019.12.03 | Research

Rector comments on Information's coverage of beef report case

Rector Brian Bech Nielsen comments on newspaper Information's latest article and editorial on the beef report case.

According tol Ole Köhler can the results be used to provide more targeted treatment for those patients where the medicine does not have a sufficient effect.

2019.11.28 | Research

People with depression experience suicidal thoughts despite treatment

One in five people with depression have suicidal thoughts despite treatment with antidepressants. This is shown by a new study from iPSYCH. The results can be used to examine whether more targeted treatment could be provided for patients where medication does not have a sufficient effect.

2019.11.28 | Seminar

Infection and Inflammation Seminar: Valentyn Oksenych, PhD, group leader at NTNU, Trondheim, Norway

Title of lecture: “New factors required for lymphocyte development: in vivo models”

2019.11.28 | Seminar

Infection & Inflammation Seminar: Peter Kennedy and Andrew Bowie

As part of the PhD defense by Madalina Carter-Timofte, we here announce an associated I&I seminar on aspects of neurovirology, CNS infection, and innate immunity. On Tuesday, Dec 17th, we will host two speakers: Prof Peter Kennedy, Burton Chair of Neurology, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Glasgow, UKTitle of…

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