Martin Fredensborg Rath
Blegdamsvej 3, 2200 København N.
Circadian rhythms are endogenous rhythms with a 24-hour period that enable living organisms to synchronize biological functions to the ambient light regime. In the mammalian brain circadian rhythms are regulated by the photoneuroendocrine system consisting of the suprachiasmatic nucleus of hypothalamus, the pineal gland and the retina. In a combined effort involving neuroanatomical and molecular biological techniques, we are studying development and function of the circadian system of the mammalian brain.
Professor Martin Fredensborg Rath, PhD
Lab technician Rikke Lundorf, BMLT
Postdoc Aurea Blancas, PhD
Assistant professor Tenna Bering, PhD
Postdoc Nicole Morrissey, PhD
PhD student Signe Bille, MSc
MSc student Kuno Michel-Jonathan Mattern, BSc