DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholars

Pardis Zarifkar
Oxytocin attenuates anxiety caused by pathological changes in the neurocircuitry of the Amygdala in Parkinsons Disease 2017 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholar Supervisor: Read more.
Mathias Kaas Ollendorff
The role of SorCS/RPTP interactions in synapse formation 2018 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholar Supervisor: Simon Glerup Institut for Biomedicin Aarhus Universitet Read more.
Helle Al-Hakem
Guillain-Barré Syndrome in Denmark – a population based study of epidemiology and clinical characteristics 2018 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholar Supervisor: Henning Andersen Read more.
Christoffer Kjær Kjærgård Hansen
In vivo dynamics of the balance between excitation and inhibition in the cerebral cortex of humans. A local field potential Read more.
Melanie Lunding
[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Headline_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] A fast screening protocol for pathological SORL1 gene mutations 2019 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholar Supervisor: Olav Michael Andersen Institut for BioMedicin Read more.
Nina le Dous
Inducerer GLP-1 receptorstimulering akutte ændringer i den striatale dopamintransportørs tilgængelighed hos raske forsøgspersoner? 2017 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholar Supervisor: Anders Fink Jensen Psykiatrisk Read more.
Per Marcus Jansson
Trefoil factor 3: effect on dopaminergic differentiation of human neural stem cells and potential role in Parkinson’s disease 2018 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Read more.
Thor Linnet
Combination of cell and gene therapy for treatment of Krabbe Disease 2017 DSfN-Lundbeckfond Scholar Supervisor: Joana Osorio and Steven A. Goldman Read more.