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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.
The Inauguration of Center of Proteins in Memory, PROMEMO, took place on 4 April 2018.
Marco Capogna has been granted DKK 0.5 million by Lundbeckfonden to investigate neuron types and synaptic plasticity in the human cerebral cortex
Registration is now open! On 1 May, NeuroCampus Aarhus is hosting ”Neuroscience Day 2018 - Rewarding Neuroscience”. The event is open to all students,…
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