Research networks

Very often we overlook the richness of our local scientific environment as a source of mutal interest and potential collaborations. In particular as a PhD student, you often need immediate help from those around you, but knowledge about scientific activities can be hard to find. Below, a few of the activities hosted by the Depart of Biomedicine is listed.

 

 

  1. Secretion of cytokines by thyroid cancer cells cultured on the ground-based facilities RPM and Clinostat (THYROID 3)

    Grimm, D. G.

    01/01/201431/12/2015

    Projekt

  2. Site-directed mutagenesis of the Na,K-ATPase

    Vilsen, B.

    01/01/1992 → …

    Projekt

  3. Projekt

  4. Struktur-funktions analyse af calcium pumpen i sarko(endo)plasmisk retikulum ved site directed mutagenese

    Andersen, J. P.

    01/05/1988 → …

    Projekt

  5. Struktur-funktions analyse af mammale flippaser studeret ved site-directed mutagenese

    Andersen, J. P., Vestergaard, A. L., Mikkelsen, S., Vilsen, B., Gantzel, R. & Mogensen, L.

    01/08/2010 → …

    Projekt

  6. Survivorship and self-management support of Danish patients with peritoneal carcinomatosis of colorectal and ovarian origin

    Ravn, S., Iversen, L. H., Thaysen, H. V. & Seibæk, L.

    01/10/201631/01/2020

    Projekt

  7. THERAPEUTIC TARGETING OF TYROSINE KINASES IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE

    Matrone, C.

    02/01/201701/04/2018

    Projekt

  8. The Clathrin endocytic pathway as target for preventing or controlling dementia in humans.

    Matrone, C.

    01/11/201601/11/2019

    Projekt

  9. The Danish Mole Project

    Sunde, L., Bolund, L., Niemann, I., Fisher, R. A. & Slim, R.

    01/04/1986 → …

    Projekt

  10. The Lundbeck Foundation Initiative for Integrative Psychiatric Research

    Bang Rasmussen, A.

    01/01/2015 → …

    Projekt

  11. The NA,K-ATPase dependent signaling pathway is associated with vascular abnormalities

    Bouzinova, E. & Matchkov, V.

    01/01/201531/12/2017

    Projekt

  12. The Porcine Corticospinal System: Verified by Conventional Neuronal Tracing and MRI-fibertracking

    Bech, J., GLUD, A., Sangill, R., Petersen, M. V., Frandsen, J., Orlowski, D., West, M. J., Sørensen, J. C. H., Pedersen, M., Dyrby, T. & Bjarkam, C. R.

    01/09/2015 → …

    Projekt

  13. The anatomy & neurohistology of the minipig pituitary

    GLUD, A., Tvilling Poulsen, L., Orlowski, D., West, M. J., Petersen, M. V., Ettrup, K. S. E., Bender, D., Bjarkam, C. R. & Sørensen, J. C. H.

    01/10/201515/05/2017

    Projekt

  14. The hMICL C-type Lectin in early hematopoiesis

    Hokland, P., Roug, A. S., Nederby, L. & Bjerre, L.

    01/01/201101/09/2015

    Projekt

  15. The hypophysectomised Gøttingen minipig as model for adult onset growth hormone deficiency

    Ørstrup, L. H., Thygesen, P., Laursen, T., Lykkesfeldt, J. & Sørensen, J. C. H.

    01/01/2015 → …

    Projekt