Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes in the Emanuelli Group

The Emanuelli Group investigates the complex nature of the signalling involved in the endocrine control of metabolic functions, with a special focus on defining the signals and signalling pathways that orchestrate the functions of adipocytes in metabolic homeostasis and disease.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group leader Brice Emanuelli

Group Leader

Brice Emanuelli
Associate Professor

Phone +45 3533 7016
Emanuelli@sund.ku.dk

Group members

Name Title Job responsibilities Phone E-mail
Agueda Oyarzabal, Marina PhD student Emanuelli Group, Inter & Intra-Cellular Communications +45 353-36279 E-mail
Bossi, Simone Postdoc Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes   E-mail
Brown, Erin Louise Postdoc Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +45 353-32587 E-mail
Emanuelli, Brice Associate professor Group leader, Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +45 353-37016 E-mail
Nissen, Katrine Grønbech Ravn Master student Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes   E-mail
Petersen, Patricia Stephanie S Academic staff Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +45 353-30226 E-mail
Plucinska, Kaja International Researcher Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +45 353-34918 E-mail
Rabiee, Atefeh Assistant professor Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +16504607360 E-mail
Rupar, Kaja PhD student Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +45 353-26255 E-mail
Tozzi, Marco Postdoc Emanuelli Group, Signaling Pathways in the Functions of Adipocytes +45 353-34725 E-mail
Group photo of the Brice Group

From the left: Morten Dall, Kaja Plucinska, Brice Emanuelli, Erin Louise Brown, Kaja Rupar and Marie Sophie Lykke Isidor.