Laboratories – University of Copenhagen

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Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology > Research > Laboratories


The seven laboratories at the Department

The research at the Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology is being conducted within the following seven laboratories. Each laboratory consists of a number of research groups.

Brain Research and Integrative Neuroscience Laboratory

Research at the BRAINlab is aimed at understanding normal, pathological and adaptive brain functioning, both at the molecular and systems level, thereby using a wide variety of techniques and approaches...
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Molecular Neuropharmacology and Genetics Laboratory

The overall purpose of our research is to achieve insight into molecular, cellular and genetic processes responsible for synaptic signal transmission and how these processes can be modulated by drugs...
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Molecular Pharmacology Laboratory

The common research theme is the relationship between structure and function of 7TM (seven transmembrane segment), G protein-coupled receptorsaboratory for...
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Neural Control of Movement Laboratory

The research group is unique nationally and internationally by combining expertise and knowledge from neuroscience, health research and sport sciences, which is also reflected in the dual association of the group to INF/ Health Faculty and IFI/Science Faculty...
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Neuronal Signaling Laboratory

Research in the laboratory is directed towards understanding signaling processes in the nervous system at all levels of organization, ranging from the molecular level (for instance molecules involved in the release of transmitters)...
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Laboratory of Neuropsychiatry

The Laboratory of Neuropsychiatry is situated at the Department of Psychiatry at Rigshospitalet. Research areas include clinical and experimental studies of the biological basis for psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders as well as drug addiction...
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Laboratory of Neural Plasticity

Laboratory of Neural Plasticity studies protein structure using x-ray crystallography and nuclear magnetic resonance in order to understand the function of the molecules in living organisms. Focus is especially made on cell recognition molecules and growth factors and peptide mimetics for these molecules...
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