MSc/BSc studerende søges til test af civilt redningsudstyr
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Investigating the anatomy of the entorhinal cortex in varying species
Are you interested in neuroanatomy and learning more about the spatial navigation system? Then this project is for you. We are looking for students interested in using histological methods for learning about brain structures.
Immunotherapy Using a Bispecific Malaria Protein and antiCD3 Molecule
In this project, we will be bridging from a murine specific aCD3 treatment to a human aCD3 specific anti-tumor treatment. The candidate will focus on creating and implementing an optimized model to mimic tumors found in patients
MSc student needed - bioremediation of cyanotoxins: exploring the role of fungi
We are looking for a highly motivated Master’s student who is interested in doing a project within molecular fungal biology applied to remediate water using nature-based solutions.
Dyslipidaemia in type 1 diabetes – involvement of the intestine (master thesis project)
Opportunity to work with state-of-the-art methods and equipment like CRISPR-Cas9 knockout, Searhorse metabolism analyzer, and Jes protein simple automated western blotting in relation to type 1 diabetes.
Involvement of the innate immune response and virus in type 1 diabetes (master thesis)
Opportunity to work in a high-tech laboratory with advanced methods and equipment like the Searhorse metabolism analyzer, CRISPR-Cas9 knockout, and digital-droplet PCR, in relation to type 1 diabetes.
Tracking the surface conditions of the Greenland ice sheet from space hos
Work with remote sensing data to monitor the melting on the Greenland ice sheet.
Development of test-methods in stoma-bag production
Do you want to improve quality of life for stoma patients using your physics skills?
Host specificity in Salmonella
A few Salmonella serotypes are host restricted (Salmonella Typhi to humans for example). They are also the ones that cost the most severe diseases. We need to find out why to design novel treatment principles.