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PhD defences

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

Giovanni Cagnano
Tall fescue endophyte (Epichloë coenophiala) mycelia colonizing the intercellular spaces of the host tiller. The endophyte mycelium is stained with alanine blue. Photo: Carolyn Young.

2019.12.12 |

Giovanni Cagnano: From pests to a source of resistance: Epichloë endophytes in grasses

PhD defence, Thursday 12 December 2019. Giovanni Cagnano.

Andreas Holleufer

2019.11.13 |

Andreas Holleufer: Fruit flies show us the road to combat viral infections

PhD defence, Wednesday 13 November 2019. Andreas Holleufer.

Nathalie Krauth

2019.10.31 |

Nathalie Krauth: How the communication of brain regions shapes behavior

PhD defence, Thursday 31st of October 2019, Nathalie Krauth.

Lotte Stagsted

2019.09.20 |

PhD defence: Unraveling the mysteries of circular RNAs – how and why are they produced?

PhD defence, Friday 20 September 2019, Lotte Victoria Winther Stagsted.

Md Mesbah Uddin

2019.09.17 |

Md Mesbah Uddin: Use of genomics can improve female fertility in dairy cattle

PhD defence, Tuesday 17 September 2019, Md Mesbah Uddin

Michael Panting

2019.08.26 |

Michael Panting: Improving barley as a heterologous expression platform of recombinant proteins

PhD defence, Monday 26 August 2019, Michael Panting

Milena Timcenko Tronsgaard
Figure 1: An image of the studied protein from cryo-electron microscopy – the protein is the white, threaded figure in the center. The image is an made by combining thousands of single images taken from the same angle. The magnification shown here corresponds approximately to seeing a Danish five-kroner coin covering the island of Funen.

2019.07.29 |

Milena Timcenko Tronsgaard: Razor-sharp electron images lead to first structure of lipid-flipping protein

PhD defence, Monday 29 July 2019, Milena Timcenko Tronsgaard

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