Here you will find all the latest news about DRCMR and the researchers and students working at the centre.

Senior Researcher Ellen Garde was on Danish P1 radio to talk about healthy ageing and the three pillars for maintaining a healthy brain throughout life.
A small area of the brain reveals the delicate motor control of the right- and the left hand. If you are left-handed you might have a more creative brain. 
A new innovative pilot project funded by Nordea Fonden shall transform research-based knowledge of how to keep the brain in top form into concrete activities and and also enable researchers to spread out the current knowledge.  
PhD student at Technical University of Denmark and DRCMR Kasper Lipsø successfully defended his PhD in December 2016. Congratulations to Kasper.
X-ray pictures with very sharp lighting will pave the way for better treatments of a broad range of diseases. The project at Hvidovre Hospital recently received 4.5 million Danish kroner from the Research Fund of the Capital Region of Denmark.
PhD student Anna Lind Hansen visited Skanderborg Gymnasium to talk about free will
The reward system is activated once christmas is getting close.
Continuing interest in the lying brain: Ayna Baladi Nejad & Natalia Gadek were again interviewed about lying. This time in Søndagsavisen Vestegnen.
A two-year full time position for a research assistant with a focus on data management
A two-year full time Postdoc position: Lifespan MR-imaging 
Ayna Baladi Nejad and Natalia Gadek were interviewed in MetroXpress about lying. 
Professor Hartwig Siebner explained on Danmarks Radio how electrical current to the brain is not only beneficial for people suffering from depression, but also has a boosting effect on healthy persons.
On the 26th of October Senior Researcher Anke Karabanov was interviewed in Søndagsavisen about how to avoid the well known winther depression.
Annual course improving your MRI understanding
“A melancholic autumn night” was the topic of this year’s culture night arrangement at Medical Museion as researchers, novelists and Museion staff invited visitors on a nocturnal journey to discover the brain, melancholia and sleep.
With support from Lundbeckfonden Carl-Johan Boraxbekk will, in October, start as visiting Professor at the DRCMR.
Is it hard to get back to work after the holiday? If so, it's a good sign says Senior Reseacher Ellen Garde
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