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PROMEMO aims to identify and understand the function of memory-associated proteins that determines the persistence of a memory.
Switching memory "on" and "off" - generation and removal of an associative memory by changing synaptic strength (inducing LTD and LTP).
Spanning cutting-edge techniques in proteomics, complex structural biology, optogenetic memory engineering, electrophysiology, and high-resolution brain imaging.
A newly published systematic review article collects extensive 30 years of protein research related to Alzheimer’s disease. As such, it delivers a complex, in-depth, and high-quality map of where and how to navigate the research forward.
The Department of Biomedicine has just opened a call for three new positions: a Professorship, a tenured Assistant Professorship, and an Associate Professorship with an application deadline on 15 March 2023.
DANDRITE Assistant Professor Noëmie Mermet-Joret is among 25 research daredevils to receive an amount of 2 million DKK to further develop her study in the amygdala. Her project investigates if hard-wired circuitry in the amygdala provides the scaffolding for rapid learning of aversive experiences.
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In this talk, AIAS Fellow, Barbara Berger, will discuss how oscillations can inform our understanding of functional brain networks, how they enable…
The Danish National Research Foundation invites the Danish scientific community to submit their best photos to the DNRF Photo Competition 2023.
Linking molecular cell biology, biophysics and structural biology at Aarhus University
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