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Foredrag — The Copenhagen Bioscience Lectures are a series of open lectures for all researchers and other interested in and around the Copenhagen area. The lecture on 20 April 2017 will give you an insight in translational medicine research applied to drug discovery in psychiatry at Lundbeck.
Date & Time:
Novo Nordisk Fonden, Tuborg Havnevej 19, 2900 Hellerup
Novo Nordisk Fonden
The Copenhagen Bioscience Lectures are a series of open lectures for all researchers and other interested in and around the Copenhagen area. Every 4 weeks, on a Thursday evening, you are invited for lectures on themes with a general interest for the Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centers and bioscience researchers in general. Often there will be a cross-disciplinary focus. The lecture on 20 April 2017 will give you an insight in translational medicine research applied to drug discovery in psychiatry at Lundbeck. Speakers are Jan Egebjerg, Vice President Neurodegeneration and Biologics, and Niels Plath, Vice President for Synaptic Transmission at H. Lundbeck A/S.
15:45 Welcome and registration (coffee/tea, water available)
16:00 Start of the lecture
17:30 Networking with a drink and a snack
18:30 Thank you for a splendid end of day!
Registration is completely free of charge, but mandatory.
Niels Plath, PhD, is Vice President for Synaptic Transmission at H. Lundbeck A/S. He graduated in 2004 from the Free University Berlin, Germany, in Neurobiology and Molecular Biology and subsequently conducted postdoctoral work for the Human Frontier Science Program at the University Berlin. In 2005, Niels joined Lundbeck Research in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has since then filled different positions as specialist, project manager and line manager within the company.
Niels´ research activities cover molecular, cellular and system aspects of synaptic plasticity in general aspects of learning and memory, as well as in pathological processes underlying the clinical manifestation of major depression, Schizophrenia and Alzheimer´s disease. To this end, his work employs multi-methodological approaches, including molecular biology, electrophysiology, neurochemistry and behavior. His work currently focuses on translational aspects of drug discovery research, with the aim to identify model systems and assay approaches that allow for validation of biological processes and pharmacological effects across species.
I would like to know about upcoming Copenhagen Bioscience Lectures – where can I find information?
You are very welcome to join the ‘Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centers’ Linkedin group. There you will find information about upcoming lectures, and much more. Also, you may want to sign up for the weekly announcement with events and deadlines, sent out by the group manager.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We organise transport from and to Panum and DTU building 220. You can read more and register for this in the registration form.
You can park for free in front or at the side of Tuborg Havnevej 19. If that is full, there is 3 hours free parking in the parking to the Waterfront shopping mall at the end of the road.
Public transport by train to Hellerup station, and/or bus (1A, 21, 166), nearest by bus stop is Tuborg Boulevard.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Sophie Labrosse at firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I cancel my participation?
Please help us respecting our speakers, as well keeping track of the numbers and optimize lecture and catering to the audience by cancelling as soon as you know that you exceptionally will not be able to make it. You can either cancel through Eventbrite or send an email to Sophie Labrosse (email@example.com).
Can I update my registration information?
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Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, you do not have to bring your ticket, but registration is mandatory for participation.