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Aarhus University

Aarhus University
Universitets Parken, Aarhus, Danmark ‎ ‎ +45 87 15 00 00

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Aarhus University, Denmark (AU)

The Department of Molecular Biology (DMB) at the University of Århus, Denmark is a large research Institution, with more than 145 researchers, 80 technicians and 70 PhD students. Basic research is carried out in four major areas, (i) molecular biology of the mammalian cell, (ii) plant molecular biology (iii), protein chemistry and (iv) structural biology. In addition to his activities at the DMB Prof. Enghild is working within the Interdisciplinary NANO Science Center (iNANO) and iNANO-MED. This Center fosters interdisciplinary research and education in the area of nanoscience and nanotechnology, building upon the research and teaching competencies of the participants. iNANO-MED is a collaboration between iNANO and The Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Aarhus. This is one of the largest medical research institutions in Northern Europe, altogether the Faculty has about 300 PhD students, and within the Faculty, the Institute of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University Hospital has a staff exceeding 700 staff members (full time equivalents), who cover all major areas of clinical medical research. The participating research groups interact and cooperate in a horizontal network governed by the iNANO board and with members from leading industries in Denmark. This creates a very strong environment for successful performing tasks in the Gums&Joints project.

Team Members:

Jan J. Enghild, Prof.

Ida Thogersen, Laboratory Manager

Carsten Scavenius, PhD

The TRIGGER consortium consists of 7 universities (UiB, UJ, AU, BHAM, UiO, HUMC, UB), 3 research centres (KI, CSIC, Fraunhofer) from a strong clinical and research environment, and SME (AX). All together we represent 7 EU countries and 2 associated Member States (Norway, Israel).

The TRIGGER consortium consists of 7 universities (UiB, UJ, AU, BHAM, UiO, HUMC, UB), 3 research centres (KI, CSIC, Fraunhofer) from a strong clinical and research environment, and SME (AX). All together we represent 7 EU countries and 2 associated Member States (Norway, Israel).