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On 3 June, the Queen of Denmark visited Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics (MBG) as part of her visit to see the progress of converting the old hospital into a university campus. PROMEMO PI Magnus Kjaergaard and his three PhD students were selected to present to the Queen the research on molecular neuroscience and memory done at PROMEMO and MBG.
Wen-Hsien Hou & Marco Capogna contributed to the discovery of a novel GABAergic neuron type of the mouse hippocampus associated with sharp wave ripples and memory, in collaboration with Ivan Soltesz’ group, Stanford, published in Neuron.
Read about Professor and EMBO member Poul Nissen and his perspectives on life sciences in Denmark.
The publication entitled "Brain region networks for the assimilation of new associative memory into a schema" can be found here.
Alena will continue exploring novel molecular mechanisms of receptor signaling during brain development, and their functional importance behind neurodevelopmental psychiatric disorders such as ADHD and autism.
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