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Peter Andersen - Laboratory on Genetic Innovation

Peter Ebert Andersen

Adjunkt Institut for Molekylærbiologi og Genetik - RNA-biologi og -innovation

Peter Ebert Andersen (previously Peter Refsing Andersen)
Assistant Professor
Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University
C. F. Møllers Allé 3, building 1130, room 424, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark
Mail: pra@mbg.au.dk

Getting to the lab

Our lab is located at the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics on the fourth floor of building 1873 at Aarhus University Aarhus, Denmark. To visit us the below information may be useful:

Coming from abroad:

Take bus 925X. In connection with the majority of flights, there is an airport bus service between Aarhus and Aarhus Airport (approximately 50 min.). The stop at the Nobel Park is just across from MBG/Building 1873. The last stop is at Aarhus Main Train Station.

Take bus 912X to Aarhus Bus Station. The trip takes approximately 1 hour and 30 min.

If you arrive from abroad to Copenhagen Airport there is an option to take the train to Aarhus (around 3 hours). For working, the trains have silent zones, but don’t miss the splendid views of the bridges and fjords you pass.

Coming from downtown Aarhus:

  • Asking google maps to guide you will often get you here fast and smoothly
  • City buses: Several city buses departing near the central train station have stops near the university campus, including 1A, 2A, 3A, 13 and 22.
  • Light rails: Take the light rails (L2 line) from downtown Aarhus and get off at the the Aarhus Universitet (Ringgaden) station. Walk ~300 meters to the big red building just down the hill (address: Universitetsbyen 83, building 1870) and enter through the main entrance that you find by going left around the first building you get to.

Finding us at the department:

After entering through the main entrance, take the stairs or lift to the 4th floor. There, you can either go left or right to go around the inner courtyard to reach building 1873, where we are (or ask one of the friendly faces).