Translational Neuropharmacology Group
We study mechanisms underlying chronic pain states, cognitive dysfunction & emotional disturbances, as well as the mechanism of action of compounds used to treat these conditions.
Animal models of human CNS disorders are limited in terms of their ability to replicate or resemble human conditions. An integral part of our research is therefore to study the human conditions directly as well as developing animal models that more closely replicate symptoms associated with human disease.
We employ a range of experimental techniques to address these scientific questions from different levels of complexity, the main focus being on bridging the gap between in vitro and in vivo studies as well as the gap between animal and human studies. Our approach is therefore largely interdisciplinary, and involves close collaborations with medicinal chemists and clinical researchers.
|Ahmed Barakat||PhD fellow||+45 353-30849|
|Anna Ulstein Odland||PhD Fellow||+45 353-33688|
|Anne-Marie Heegaard||Associate professor||+45 353-36322|
|Camilla Skånstrøm Dall||Laboratory technician||+45 353-36254|
|Chelsea Hopkins||PhD Fellow||+45 353-26827|
|George Gegelashvili||Professor||+45 353-36132|
|Jesper Andreasen T.||Associate professor||+45 353-36307|
|Louise Bomholt Klem||PhD Fellow||+45 353-31727|
|Marta Diaz del Castillo||Postdoc||+45 71 83 26 07|
|Ole Jannik Bjerrum||Professor emeritus||+45 353-36320|
|Rie Bager Hansen||Assistant professor||+45 353-32139|
|Ulla Kløve Jakobsen||Administrative coordinator||+45 353-34212|