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

    Matrone, C.

    01/11/201601/11/2019

    Projekt

  2. Ph.d.-protokol: Comparison of two multidisciplinary rehabilitation interventions in patients with chronic low back pain - A randomised controlled clinical trial

    Schmidt, A. M., Maribo, T., Laurberg, T. B. & Schiøttz-Christensen, B.

    01/01/201731/12/2019

    Projekt

  3. Prænatal genetik: En antropologisk undersøgelse af viden i proces

    Lou, S., Vogel, I., Petersen, O. B., Nielsen, C. P. & Lomborg, K.

    01/01/201731/12/2020

    Projekt

  4. Mannose 6 Phosphate Receptor and its Adaptors as Targets for Disease-modifying Therapies in Parkinson's Disease

    Matrone, C.

    02/01/201701/06/2018

    Projekt

  5. THERAPEUTIC TARGETING OF TYROSINE KINASES IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE

    Matrone, C.

    02/01/201701/04/2018

    Projekt

  6. Genekspressionsprofiler i oocytter og granulosaceller fra patienter med Polycystisk Ovarie Syndrom (PCOS)

    Steffensen, L. L.

    01/02/201701/02/2018

    Projekt

  7. In vivo regulation of ovarian follicles

    Lykke-Hartmann, K.

    01/05/201730/04/2018

    Projekt

  8. The nuclear anatomy and fiber connections of the Göttingen minipig’s septal nuclei

    Krom-Thaysen, A., Bech, J., Orlowski, D., Bjarkam, C. R. & Sørensen, J. C. H.

    01/02/2018 → …

    Projekt

  9. Defining the effect of nicotinamide riboside (NR) treatment on ageing skeletal muscle regeneration and stem cell function

    Jessen, N.

    01/05/201830/04/2021

    Projekt