Carlsberg travel stipend for post doc Michael Jakob Clausen

In December 2012 post doc Michael Jakob Clausen was awarded a travel stipend of 350,000 DKK from the Carlsberg Foundation. The money is going to be spend for a years salery during his stay in Oxford, UK, where Michael is going to work in Stephen Tuckers research laboratory.

2013.01.02 | Karen Bech

Michael Jakob Clausen is going to study K2P channels in cells using a special technique called voltage clamp fluorometry, where oocytes from the frog species Xenopus sp. is used. With this technique he'll be able to both measure the fluorescence signal from the K2P channels, as well as the current going through the channels.


For more information, please contact:

Michael Jakob Clausen
mjc@mb.au.dk

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