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. En in vivo model for beskyttelse imod tethered cord med silikonemembran/neuropatch - et metodestudie på smågrise

    Clemmensen, D., Rasmussen, M. M., Pedersen, M., Karabegovic, K., Ettrup, K. S. E. & Djurhuus, J. C.

    01/05/200601/09/2011

    Projekt

  2. Kortlægning af gener relevante for tidlig differentiering

    Sunde, L., Niemann, I., Bolund, L. & Lund, H.

    01/01/2005 → …

    Projekt

  3. Genetik og nyresygdom

    Sunde, L., Rasmussen, M., Lildballe, D. L. & Manak, J.

    01/01/200401/01/2023

    Projekt

  4. Arvelig risiko for kræft

    Sunde, L.

    01/01/2001 → …

    Projekt

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

    Vilsen, B.

    01/01/1992 → …

    Projekt

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

    Andersen, J. P.

    01/05/1988 → …

    Projekt

  7. The Danish Mole Project

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

    01/04/1986 → …

    Projekt

  8. Mola hydatidosa: Correlation mellem den makroskopiske fænotype, ploidy og prognose

    Sunde, L., Niemann, I. & Bolund, L.

    31/03/1986 → …

    Projekt