• Universitetsvej 1, Building 28

      4000 Roskilde

      Denmark

    Organization profile

    Organisation profile

    The Molecular & Medical Biology Research Group conducts research in basic and translational science of molecular biology and biomedical problems. Common to all activities is an interest in cellular signaling pathways affecting cell appearance, metabolism and behavior. The research group covers a broad spectrum of biological disciplines and works with bacteria, yeast, insect and mammalian cells as model systems. Key areas of interest are:

    • Biomedical research (biology of cancer, pathogens, autoimmunity and life style diseases)
    • Protein and peptide research (development and use of bioactive peptides and antifreeze proteins)
    • Cell biology research (molecular mechanisms in DNA replication, gene regulation and signaling).

    We do much of our research in collaboration with external partners from both public institutions and the private sector. The research group has a long-term collaboration with Region Zealand's hospitals, both scientifically and educationally in terms of the Medical Biology Study Program. We continuously work to develop collaborations with external partners in both basic and translational research even further.

    The Molecular & Medical Biology Research Group is located in a modern laboratory building fully equipped to do research in biology and chemistry. The building contains among other things two confocal microscopes, which researchers from outside the university can use. Read more about the possibilities at microscope-core.ruc.dk

    Publication network Recent external collaboration on country level. Dive into details by clicking on the dots.

    Research Output 2006 2019

    Antibacterial mechanisms of GN-2 derived peptides and peptoids against E.coli

    Saporito, P., Mojsoska, B. & Jenssen, H. (ed.), 2019, In : Biopolymers. 2019, e23275.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

    Molecular structure of a hyperactive antifreeze protein adsorbed to ice

    Meister, K., Moll, C. J., Chakraborty, S., Jana, B., DeVries, A., Ramløv, H. & Bakker, H. J., Apr 2019, In : The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150, 13, 4 p., 131101.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

    Origin of fungal biomass degrading enzymes: Evolution, diversity and function of enzymes of early lineage fungi

    Lange, L., Pilgaard, B., Herbst, F-A., Busk, P. K., Gleason, F. & Pedersen, A. G., Jan 2019, In : Fungal Biology Reviews. 33, 1, p. 82-97 16 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReviewResearchpeer-review

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    Projects 2005 2017

    Activities 2000 2019

    Moodle - Video

    Per Meyer Jepsen (Participant), Morten Erik Møller (Participant)
    29 Jan 2019

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

    Resveratrol2018. 5th International conference of resveratrol and health

    Ole Vang (Participant)
    18 Oct 201820 Oct 2018

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganisation and participation in conference

    Department of Science and Environment (Organisational unit)

    Cathy Mitchelmore (Chairman)
    16 Dec 2016

    Activity: MembershipMembership in review committee

    Press / Media

    Vildt: Orme vågner efter 40.000 år

    Hans Ramløv

    01/08/201804/08/2018

    4 items of media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Krybdyr har overtaget menneskene

    Hans Ramløv

    14/10/2016

    1 item of media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Brandvarme drikke kan formentlig give kræft

    Ole Vang

    26/06/2016

    1 item of media coverage

    Press/Media: Press / Media

    Prizes

    Poul and Erna Sehested-Hansen Foundation Honor Bursary

    Louise Torp Dalgaard (Recipient), 2013

    Prize: Prizes, scholarships, distinctions