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. Is the dynamics of glomerular capillary blood flow changed in diabetes?

    Frische, S.

    01/08/201431/07/2016

    Projekt

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

    Carvacho, I.

    01/05/201430/04/2016

    Projekt

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

    Matrone, C.

    22/04/201421/04/2016

    Projekt

  4. 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

  5. Fluorescence Microscopy Analysis under Microgravity (FLUMIAS)

    Grimm, D. G.

    03/02/201431/12/2015

    Projekt

  6. Use of photonic fingerprint as diagnostic tool and marker for treatment of endothelial cell dysfunction

    Grann, M.

    01/11/201231/10/2015

    Projekt

  7. The hMICL C-type Lectin in early hematopoiesis

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

    01/01/201101/09/2015

    Projekt

  8. Ph.d. programme

    Fagerberg, S. K., Prætorius Øhrwald, H., Leipziger, J. G. & Skals, M. G.

    01/09/201101/07/2015

    Projekt

  9. FACS sorting of hematopoietic progenitor cells: stem cell hierarchy in FLT3/NPM1+ acute myeloid leukemia patients

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

    01/02/201131/12/2014

    Projekt

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

    Grimm, D. G.

    03/02/201431/12/2014

    Projekt

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

    Matrone, C.

    24/01/201324/11/2014

    Projekt

  12. Next generation disease mapping

    Mailund, T., Schierup, M. H., Besenbacher, S., Grove, J., Qian, Y., Nam, K., Duan, J. & Li, S.

    01/10/201030/09/2014

    Projekt

  13. When and how to stop tyrosine kinase therapy in CML patients in remission - an approach to the myeloid stem cell

    Hokland, P., van Kooten Niekerk, P. B., Roug, A. S. & Nederby, L.

    01/09/201030/09/2014

    Projekt

  14. 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

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