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Ellen Nollen

Group Leader of the Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology of Ageing and Principal Investigator at the University of Groningen

Ellen Nollen currently holds a Rosalind Franklin Fellowship at the Department of Ageing of ERIBA, where she is studying the molecular basis of Parkinson’s disease and other aging-associated neurodegenerative diseases. In July 2011 she was awarded an ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant (€1.5 million) to work on ‘Protein damage control: regulation of toxic protein aggregation in aging-associated neurodegenerative diseases’, In November 2011 she was named as an EMBO Young Investigator. In 2007 she received an Alfred Tissières Young Investigator Award.

Ellen Nollen previously worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Dept. of Functional Genomics, Hubrecht Laboratory, Utrecht, under Prof. Ronald Plasterk, for which she had an NWO-VENI grant, and in the Dept. of Biochemistry, Northwestern University, Evanston, USA, under Prof. Rick Morimoto, during which she was supported by NWO-Talent and EMBO long-term fellowships. She completed her PhD thesis on “Hsp70 chaperone functions in stressed cells” in 2000 under Prof. Harm Kampinga at the University of Groningen.

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See also: Academia University of Groningen - Public Research university.

Ellen Nollen is also referenced in the following:

ARDD 2022 - 9th Aging Research and Drug Discovery Meeting

29-Aug-2022 to 02-Sep-2022

Event about latest progress in the molecular, cellular and organismal basis of aging organized by University of Copenhagen

Healthy Ageing (Virtual Conference)

25-May-2022 to 27-May-2022

Virtual conference by Wellcome Connecting Science with Judith Campisi as a keynote speaker