Young Scientists Network (YSN)
The Young Scientists Network (YSN) in the Lundbeck Foundation Research Initiative on Brain Barriers and Drug Delivery (RIBBDD) is a network for master students, PhD students, assistant researchers and postdocs, connected to the research initiative. The goal is to create an interdisciplinary research platform from the different themes and to establish a stronger social connection between the young researchers in our research initiative.
The network is working on establishing different kinds of workshops, seminars and PhD courses. The first kick off meeting was held 6th February, 2014 in Aalborg.
Upcoming events held by the Young Scientists Network
There are no upcoming events at this time.
Great ideas for workshops and seminars are always welcome!
If you would like to take an active share in the network, please contact your representative for further information. Representatives from each work package form a steering group to arrange the workshops etc., and they are:
- Mette Aagaard Lund from WP1: Development of drug delivery systems, PI Thomas Andersen, DTU
- Sarah Christine Christensen WP2: In vitro investigations of brain endothelial cell receptor internalization and trafficking pathways, PI Morten S. Nielsen, AU
- Annette Burkhart Larsen from WP3: In vivo monitoring of nanocarrier transport and therapy in the brain, PI Torben Moos, AAU
- Krzysztof Kucharz from WP4: Signalling at the NVU and BBB control, PI Martin Lauritzen, UCPH
- Sofie Hørlyck Jensen from WP5: In vitro models of the neurovascular unit, PI Birger Brodin, UCPH
Sep 01, 2017
New publications from the RIBBDD network...
RIBBDD biannual meeting
May 22, 2017
On May 17-18th 2017, the RIBBDD biannual meeting took place...
Extended funding for RIBBDD
Mar 10, 2017
The Lundbeck Foundation awards further DKK 20 million to the Research Initiative on Br...
Young Scientist Network meeting
Mar 06, 2017
In March two Young Scientist Network (YSN) representatives from each work package met...
Feb 06, 2017
In early February RIBBDD PIs met to discuss and plan the common research strategy...