Networking and collaboration
The Research Initiative has been established initially as a network of independent research units that will be gathered together at the Department for Neuroscience and Pharmacology at University of Copenhagen where the coordinator is based. The cohesion of the BBB network will result from the common research projects and interests and will be secured through regular workshops and meetings focused on scientific review and technical training. In addition, the group will take advantage of web-based networking and meetings.
The Research Initiative’s aspiration is to establish a cutting-edge research program that goes beyond the current possibilities of each group. The labs will work together to generate high impact research and will focus on developing new research methodologies and approaches for studying drug transport across the BBB, cellular communication in the brain, and regulation of the BBB.
PhD defence: Sarah Christine Christensen
May 06, 2020
Sarah Christine Christensen will defend her PhD thesis...
PhD defence: Nikolay Kutuzov
Jan 07, 2020
Nikolay Kutuzov will defend his PhD thesis...
Søren Grubb wins the “Best Presentation Award”
Nov 28, 2019
Søren Grubb, Assistant Professor from Martin Lauritzen Lab, received the “Best Presentation Award”...
RIBBDD BIANNUAL MEETING, NOVEMBER 2019
Nov 21, 2019
November 19-20, 45 members from the RIBBDD network met at The Mærsk Tower in Copengahen...
PhD defence: Charlotte Goldeman Andersen
Jul 02, 2019
Charlotte Goldeman Andersen will defend her PhD theisis...
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