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. Identification of calcium channels required for oocyte maturation, fertilization and reproduction in mammals

    Carvacho, I.

    01/05/201430/04/2016

    Projekt

  2. Tyr682 residue of Amyloid Precursor Protein as new tool to address dementia in humans

    Matrone, C.

    22/04/201421/04/2016

    Projekt

  3. PAINCAGE

    Vægter, C. B.

    01/04/201431/03/2017

    Projekt

  4. Follow-up undersøgelse af børn efter nedfrysning af ovarievæv

    Ernst, E. & Andersen, C. Y.

    03/03/201431/08/2016

    Projekt

  5. Tissue Engineering of Cartilage using the Random Positioning Machine

    Grimm, D. G.

    01/03/201431/12/2016

    Projekt

  6. Lift-off! Formidling af dansk forsøg med kræftceller på ISS

    Grimm, D. G.

    03/02/201431/12/2014

    Projekt

  7. Fluorescence Microscopy Analysis under Microgravity (FLUMIAS)

    Grimm, D. G.

    03/02/201431/12/2015

    Projekt

  8. Off-label brug af medicin blandt børn med specifik fokus på farmakologisk behandling af angst tilstande, ADHD og depression.

    Nielsen, E. S., Laursen, T., Nørgaard, M., Simonsen, M. H., Thomsen, P. H. & Rasmussen, L.

    01/02/201431/12/2016

    Projekt

  9. Center for study and prevention of the Neurodegenerative Inflammation NEURODIN

    Romero-Ramos, M., Vorup-Jensen, T., Sanchez-Guajardo, V. & Brooks, D.

    01/01/201431/12/2016

    Projekt

  10. 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

  11. Disarming the intravascular innate immune response to improve treatment modalities for chronic kidney disease

    Sutherland, D. S. & Vorup-Jensen, T.

    01/12/201330/11/2017

    Projekt

  12. Activin Decoy Receptor (IIA) Ameliorates Immobilisation Induced Loss of Bone and Muscle Mass in Mice

    Lodberg, A., Thomsen, J. S. & Brüel, A.

    01/11/201331/08/2014

    Projekt

  13. miRNAs in the Aetiology of Schizophrenia

    Hauberg, M. E.

    01/09/201301/09/2017

    Projekt

  14. Atomic resolution insight on the principles of ligand recognition by integrin receptor aMb2

    Vorup-Jensen, T. & Andersen, G. R.

    01/08/201331/07/2016

    Projekt

  15. Focus on SorLA and APP metabolic control in brain health and ageing

    Matrone, C.

    24/01/201324/11/2014

    Projekt