27 Oct 2021
A young MultiParkers working group takes shape
Collaboration, networking, career development, and wellbeing. Those are four examples of needs that the newly formed young MultiParkers working group will address. After organizing...
22 Oct 2021
Meningitis: Researchers find possible treatment strategy without antibiotics
Meningitis is a very serious brain infection with limited treatment options. In a new study performed in rats, researchers from the University of Copenhagen present an alternative ...
14 Oct 2021
PhD defence interview - Nadja Gustavsson
During her thesis project, Nadja Gustavsson has characterized structural changes inside neurons of a new mouse model for mixed neurogenerative disorders. On the 21st of October, sh...
11 Oct 2021
What makes us human? The answer may be found in overlooked DNA
Our DNA is very similar to that of the chimpanzee, which in evolutionary terms is our closest living relative. Stem cell researchers at Lund University in Sweden have now found a p...
28 Sep 2021
Seven tones of an Operetta – MultiPark’s new high content analysis platform
A machine allowing researchers to rely on objective, automatized readouts instead of subjective manual counting under the microscope. Incredible pictures. And the possibility to fo...
20 Sep 2021
Alzheimer’s awareness month – five optimistic research news from MultiPark
Amyloid-beta accumulation may start inside neurons. A novel imaging approach to study structural changes before amyloid plaques are formed. Four distinct subtypes of Alzheimer's di...
14 Sep 2021
Novel imaging approach open doors to understanding key pathological processes inside neurons
A combination of two imaging methods can be used to achieve structural and chemical information within a single neuron. Researchers from MultiPark at Lund University recently devel...
7 Sep 2021
New transnational collaboration to target circuit dysfunctions in Parkinson´s disease
A large collaborative project focused on understanding and treating dysfunctions of cortico-basal ganglia circuits in Parkinson´s disease (PD) has been awarded 35 million DKK from ...