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People News from the faculty week 24

Assistant Professor Lars Grøntved from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has received funding of DKK 2,586,960 from The Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Identification of novel mechanisms regulating hepatic transcriptional response to high fat diet – reprogramming CREB.

 

 

 

Professor Nils J. Færgeman from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has received funding of DKK 2,586,240 from The Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Unanticipated function of the epidermal permeability barrier in whole body physiology.

 

 

Associate Professor Magnus Wahlberg, Department of Biology, has received funding of DKK 2,562,912 from The Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Vertebrate hearing in air and under water.

 

 

 

 

 

Professor Bo Thamdrup, Department of Biology, has received funding of DKK 2,571,120 from The Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: An anaerobic sink for methane in freshwater systems.

 

 

 

 

Professor Hans Ulrik Riisgård, Department of Biology, has received funding of DKK 336,960 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Water processing and bio-mechanical characterization of filter-feeding jellyfish.

Associate Professor Thomas J. D. Jørgensen, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has received funding of DKK  2,547,792 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Characterization of native and nonnative protein oligomers.

 

 

 

Associate Professor Christoph Kaleta, Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has received funding of DKK 2,325,600 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Identification and analysis of key factors of the trade-off between growth and metabolic flexibility in microorganisms.

Professor Poul Bjerregaard, Department of Biology, has received funding of DKK 1,296,000 from the Danish Council for Independent Research for the project: Effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on the basic reproductive biology in molluscs.

Together with colleagues from Statens Serum Institut, TEK Innovation og Alphalyse A/S, Professor Peter Højrup from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has received funding of DKK 6,200,000 from InnovationsFonden Denmark. The aim is to develop safer vaccines.

On 10 June, Assistant Professor Owen Jones, Department of Biology, gave the talk: Potential for species diversity monitoring in Svanninge Bjerge at the conference: Ornitologisk Artsdiversitet i Svanninge Bjerge.

 

 

 

On 11 June, Eva Grøndahl, Departnebt of Biology, defended her PhD thesis with the lecture: Importance of plant secondary compounds for species interactions.

 

 

 

 

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