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We conduct research in human biology and diseases at the molecular and cellular level to understand how and why diseases occur.
At the Department of Biomedicine we prioritize hiring skilled teachers, and we have high academic and didactic standards in teaching and supervising.
We are involved in both specific collaborative projects and more informal contacts with external parties, where we can mutually contribute.
Associate Professor Marina Romero-Ramos of the Department of Biomedicine and DANDRITE has been awarded DKK 5 million by the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s collaborative programme. Together with the Technical University of Denmark, she can create new insights into the connections between Parkinson’s disease and microbiome therapy in the gut.
We offer 13 exciting opportunities for postdoctoral research under Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions starting in summer 2024.
Professor Poul Henning Jensen of the Department of Biomedicine has received DKK 20 million in funding from the Lundbeck Foundation’s collaborative programme for brain research.
Associate Professor Anders Etzerodt: "Targeting macrophage heterogeneity"
Investigation of superoxide dismutase 3 in zebrafish and bone
Abstract submission: 27 January 2023 to firstname.lastname@example.org