News archive for Hormone Laboratory Research Group
Diets differing in carbohydrate cellularity and amount similarly reduced visceral fat in people with obesity - a randomized controlled trial (CARBFUNC) (26.09.2022)
Researcher Simon Dankel from the Hormone Laboratory Research group is now professor at the Department of Clinical Science. He gained his PhD entitled Transcriptomics of adipose tissue – Integrative search for obesity candidate genes in 2011. In the last decade Simon has supervised numerous master students and PhD candidates and has published over 30 articles on obesity. The occasion was marked... Read more
The Neutral Amino Acid Transporter SLC7A10 in Adipose Tissue, Obesity and Insulin Resistance (19.09.2022)
Recently two chemistry classes from Kvam high school visited the Hormone Research Laboratory
Subtype-Specific Surface Proteins on Adipose Tissue Macrophages and Their Association to Obesity-Induced Insulin Resistance (14.04.2022)
One of the world's leading researchers in diabetes was recently at the Diabesity Nordic seminar
Sex hormones contribute to differences between males and females in body fat distribution and associated disease risk.
In this review paper, Sayani Mukherjee and colleagues describe the receptor binding profile of antipsychotic drugs (APDs) in the brain and the potential mechanisms by which different APDs affect appetite.
Different cellular mechanisms may be behind the development of insulin resistance in obesity and type 2 diabetes.
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Hollywood may have the Oscars, but the departments of Clinical Medicine and Clinical Science have their own award ceremony. At the recent 16th annual Research school presentations two of the researchers from the Hormone research group won prizes.