25 March 2017
Danish Diabetes Academy Visiting Professor James Granneman from Molecular Medicine and Genetics and Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine will arrive and stay until the end of April. Welcome!
10 March 2017
Sofie Traynor successfully defended her PhD thesis "Function and Genomic Interactome of Early Adipogenic Transcription Factor Hotspots "
24 February 2017
Kim Ravnskjær received 200.000 DKK from the Augustinus Foundation for the project: “Identification of fibrose-associated membrane receptors in the liver and investigation of their potential in treatment of chronic liver disease”.
1 February 2017
Sofie Marchsteiner Bendixen is now a PhD student with Kim Ravnskjær as her supervisor.
1 February 2017
Stine Marie Præstholm is now a PhD student with Lars Grøntved as her supervisor.
17 January 2017
Our manuscript “Genome-wide insights into development and function of thermogenic adipocytes” is now out in Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism. Please click on the cover picture below to read more.
15 January 2017
Lasse Markussen is now a PhD student in the Mandrup Group.
4 January 2017
Results of the annual comptetition of the group's cleanest/ tidiest office and the most welcoming office :
Mette Larsen is now a PhD student in the Mandrup Group.
28 November 2016
We had our yearly Christmas-hygge day in the Group
11 November 2016
James Granneman, Professor of Molecular Medicine and Genetics and of Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine is appointed Danish Diabetes Academy Visiting Professor in the group in 2017
7 November 2016
Our manuscript “Genome-wide insights into development and function of thermogenic adipocytes” was accepted by Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism
3 November 2016
Our manuscript "The KDM5 family is required for activation of pro-proliferative cell cycle genes during adipocyte differentiation" has been accepted by Nucleic Acids Research