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MIMS hosts the 10th annual Nordic EMBL Partnership meeting from Umeå, Sweden.
Our Danish node, DANDRITE (Danish Research Institute of Translational Neuroscience) is hosted by Aarhus University and funded by the Lundbeck Foundation. Recently, the University featured an in-depth article about DANDRITE and its importance to the local and national research environment.
Across the Nordic EMBL Partnership, a wide range of projects are underway to help tackle the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Partnership is home to a high number of highly talented young group leaders, recruited according to the EMBL model, who are well equipped to help contribute towards research into diseases and societal emergencies like COVID-19.
The Nordic EMBL Partnership wishes to congratulate Dr. Andrea Ganna, group leader at FIMM, and Dr. Jonas Barandun, group leader at MIMS, on receiving an ERC Starting Grant.
Dr. Takuya Sasaki from the University of Tokyo, Japan, will give a virtual DANDRITE lecture titled: "Spatial learning and memory replays in the…
Kenneth Harris is Professor at the Department of Neuromuscular Diseases, University College London. The title of his lecture is: “Learning…
The 2020 Nordic EMBL Partnership meeting, hosted by MIMS, Umeå, will take place online.
The paper, 'Obesity-associated microbiota contributes to mucus layer defects in genetically obese mice', has been published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
The review has been published in the journal FEMS Microbiology Reviews.
Dr Kuijjer's article, 'Predicting Evolution Using Cell State Dynamics', examines research using state transitions to model cancer development and progression.
Elevated temperatures might have promoted the nucleation, growth, and replication of protocells on the early Earth.