PhD defences

Popular description of the PhD students' research in connection with the defence of the PhD dissertation

Veronica Liv Andersen
Schematic representation of the proposed multifunctional nanostructure. The system consists of four modules carrying either multiple identical or different functional molecules, for instance a polymer for prolonging the circulation time in the blood stream, a targeting ligand for binding to specific disease-related receptors, an imaging agent for diagnostics and a bioactive drug.

2018.11.22 |

Veronica Liv Andersen: Tailor-made medicine from self-assembled biomolecules

PhD defence, Thursday, 22 November 2018. Veronica Liv Andersen.

Rasmus Peter Thomsen
Examples of two DNA nanostructures used to engineer lipid bilayers and proteins, respectively.

2018.11.14 |

Rasmus Peter Thomsen: Use of DNA nanotechnology to control molecular systems

PhD defense, Wednesday, 14 November 2018. Rasmus Peter Thomsen.

Lars Sørensen

2018.11.13 |

Lars Sørensen: Studies on the membrane interaction of activated coagulation factor V

PhD defence, Tuesday 13 November 2018. Lars Sørensen.

Andrew Gitahi Marete

2018.10.19 |

Andrew Gitahi Marete: Deciphering dairy cattle genomics

PhD defense, 19 October 2018. Andrew Gitahi Marete.

Cemre Manav

2018.10.05 |

Cemre Manav: To Live or Not To Live: Bacterial Survival Mechanisms

PhD defence, Friday 5 October 2018. M. Cemre Manav.

Gareth Difford

2018.09.28 |

Gareth Difford: Measuring methane emission to breed for more climate friendly and profitable dairy cattle

PhD defence, Friday 28 September 2018, Gareth Difford.

Huijun Liu

2018.09.27 |

Huijun Liu: What is the role of rhizobial glycans and ethylene in rhizobia-legume symbiosis?

PhD defence, Thursday 27 September 2018. Huijun Liu.

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