Networking and collaboration
The Research Initiative has been established initially as a network of independent research units that will be gathered together at the Department for Neuroscience and Pharmacology at University of Copenhagen where the coordinator is based. The cohesion of the BBB network will result from the common research projects and interests and will be secured through regular workshops and meetings focused on scientific review and technical training. In addition, the group will take advantage of web-based networking and meetings.
The Research Initiative’s aspiration is to establish a cutting-edge research program that goes beyond the current possibilities of each group. The labs will work together to generate high impact research and will focus on developing new research methodologies and approaches for studying drug transport across the BBB, cellular communication in the brain, and regulation of the BBB.
Extended funding for RIBBDD
Mar 10, 2017
The Lundbeck Foundation awards further DKK 20 million to the Research Initiative on Br...
Professor Martin Lauritzen receives the Niels A. Lassen Award
Dec 15, 2016
The prize is awarded for his research in brain blood flow and disease mechan...
Interview and new publication
Nov 08, 2016
An interview with RIBBDD PI Birger Brodin have been published in the Scientist
RIBBDD biannual meeting
Oct 07, 2016
On September 12-13th 2016, the second RIBBDD biannual meeting took place. The meeting was held in the Faculty Club at Faculty of Health and Medical Scie...
There are no upcoming events at this time.