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The Nabavi Group. Credits: Susanne S. Sjøgaard
Dr. Sadegh Nabavi and a two-photon microscope to visualise neural communication. Credits: Susanne S. Sjøgaard

2019.08.21 | People , Research news

Behind the Scenes: Dr Sadegh Nabavi, Group Leader at DANDRITE

Nabavi’s group focuses on memory formation and consolidation at the synaptic and circuit levels. Recently, Dr. Sadegh Nabavi had his group leader position extended for a further four years. In our latest Behind the Scenes article, Dr Nabavi discusses his research and his curiosity and passion for neuroscience.

2019.08.20 | News from the management, People

15 exciting PhD positions as part of PROTON, a collaborative effort of 10 academic and 2 industrial partners, are now available.

PROTON is funded by the prestigious Horizon 2020-MSCA-ITN European training Network grant. The goal is to jointly train 15 PhD students in the field of proton transport and proton coupled transport. Two of the positions will be based with Professor Hartmut Luecke’s group at NCMM.

The figure (A-D) illustrates the process from raw electron micrographs showing individual protein molecules (green boxes) to the building of a protein model. Image by Milena Timcenko

2019.08.01 | People , Research news, Publication

Researchers at DANDRITE and collaborative partners have used cutting-edge electron microscopy to reveal the first structures of the P4-ATPase lipid flippase; a crucial protein for cell viability

PhD-student Milena Timcenko and Assistant Professor Joseph A. Lyons give an insight into their recently published article in the renowned journal Nature “Structure and autoregulation of a P4-ATPase lipid flippase”.