Grant to ATLAS Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor, Lars Grøntved has received a new grant
Obesity - a major risk factor for development of a plethora of life-threatening metabolic diseases
A multidisciplinary symposium with international top scientists
Grant to our Project Student
ATLAS Project Student Trine Vestergaard Dam, receives a grant from Danish Diabetes Academy.
Official opening of Center for Adipocyte Signaling - ADIPOSIGN
On May 27, 2019 Center for Adipocyte Signaling (ADIPOSIGN) opens at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU)
And the prize goes to 2 ATLAS partners
Odd Fellow Order Prize 2019.
The Danish Science Festival - Forskningens Døgn
A great day with many curious kids.
To be or not to be a fat cell – a question of transcription factor network
A new publication is out in Nature Genetics entitled “Osteogenesis depends on commisioning of a network of stem cell transcription factors that act as repressors of adipogenesis"
New publication in Nature Scientific Reports on transcriptional regulation in Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
New paper from the Ravnskjaer Group in Nature Scientific Reports describes their identification of ETS1 and RUNX1 as transcriptional drivers of "Western" diet-induced liver fibrosis in mouse models of human Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
ATLAS Director expands obesity research with a new center
ATLAS Director Susanne Mandrup receives DKK 60 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Challenge Program for the establishment of a new research center – ADIPOSIGN – Center for Adipocyte Signaling. Together with ATLAS, the new center clearly demonstrates how SDU is at the forefront when it comes to research within obesity, functional genomics and metabolism
A most precious biopsy
Follow ATLAS researchers when they take out tissue samples from a patient
Fifty shades of Brown - On Plasticity of Thermogenic Adipocytes
ATLAS researchers recently published a review article in BioZoom highlighting the heterogeneity and plasticity of brown and white adipocytes.
ATLAS Center Director co-organizes international meeting
Center Director Susanne Mandrup co-organizes the 4th Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories meeting on Mechanisms of Metabolic Signaling and Disease
ATLAS Annual Meeting 2018
The first ATLAS Annual Meeting was a huge success. Great scientific presentations and discussions, and constructive ideas for the coming years - no doubt we are on the right track with a strong team in ATLAS!
Professor Blagoy Blagoev receives funding for exciting proteomics project
ATLAS Professor Blagoy Blagoev receives DKK 2.592.000,- from the Independent Research Fund Denmark for the project “Unraveling the puzzle of ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein modifications”.
ATLAS Seminar Series has been launched
Tune H. Pers and Benedicte M. Pers initiate the ATLAS Seminar Series with exciting talks on their research within the field of obesity
Measuring tiny interactions between proteins with the Octet
The newly arrived Octet RED96e enables ATLAS researchers to investigate tiny interactions between proteins in a high-throughput manner
ATLAS recruits two talented postdocs
Anitta K. Sárvári and Fabio Avolio joins ATLAS as postdoctoral fellows
ATLAS scientist promoted to Associate Professor
ATLAS is pleased to announce the promotion of Lars Grøntved to Associate Professor in Functional Genomics
NovaSeq 6000 has arrived at SDU
New Center of Excellence ATLAS ready to strengthen the investigation of obesity at the cellular level with the arrival of a state-of-the-art sequencer, the NovaSeq 6000.
Louise Cathrine Braun Olsen Elmelund-Præstekær will be new Centeradministrator in ATLAS and PA to Susanne Mandrup from January 1, 2018
Sapere Aude - Starting Grant
Lars Grøntved, PI in ATLAS, Center for Functional Genomics and Tissue Plasticity, and Associate Professor in the Functional Genomics and Metabolism Research Unit, receives the prestigious Sapere Aude - Starting Grant.
Official Opening and Symposium
150 people joined us for the ATLAS opening and symposium
Start of ATLAS
The 1st of October 2017 was the official opening day of our new Center of Excellence, Center for Functional Genomics and Tissue Plasticity (ATLAS). We are very much looking forward to launch this center and work with the great colleagues in the center on our joint ambition to understand tissue plasticity at a molecular level.
Center Director Professor Susanne Mandrup elected as EMBO member