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2017.09.21 | Events

Call for Applications to the Falling Walls Lab Aarhus 2017

Falling Walls Lab Aarhus is a national competition for PhDs and PhD students where you get a chance to present your research in just 3 minutes and by using just 3 slides. Extended deadline: 25 September 2017.

2017.09.20 | Grants and awards

Microfunding

The Aarhus University Research Foundation now offers microfunding grants for 2017. In total, DKK 200,000 will be available in microfunding. Each grant is in the amount of DKK 25,000.

The new procedures increase transparency in relation to who gets what and the basis for this, which can only be beneficial," says Lise Wogensen Bach.

2017.09.21 | Research

Increased international competition for full PhD fellowships – but first from autumn 2018

From the autumn of 2018, 16 fully-financed PhD fellowships and scholarships at Health will be sent in open international calls with given project titles. This will ensure greater diversity among the field of applicants, increased competition and improved quality, while creating more transparency and giving the departments a new strategic tool.

Professor Kenneth J. Rothman. Photo: Boston University.

2017.09.21 | People news

Kenneth J. Rothman is a new honorary doctor at Health

Professor Kenneth J. Rothman was named as an honorary doctor at Aarhus University's annual celebration on Friday 15 September 2017.

2017.09.19 | PhD defense

PhD-defence: Kousik Sarathy Sridharan

Neuromagnetic investigations of mechanisms and effects of STN-DBS and medication in Parkinson's disease

2017.09.19 | Event

Falling Walls Lab

Experience PhDs and PhD students present their breakthrough idea in just 3 minutes using just 3 slides. They will compete for the honour of representing Denmark in the Falling Walls Lab finale in Berlin on 8 November 2017. If you are a PhD or PhD student you can still apply for the opportunity to present your research idea the Falling Walls Lab…

Medical student Morten Kelder Skouboe. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2017.09.21 | People news

Medical student receives the HM Queen Margrethe II Travel Grant

Morten Kelder Skouboe is a medical student and aspiring researcher – and now he is also the recipient of the HM Queen Margrethe II Travel Grant for students at Aarhus University.

Photo: Letbanen.dk

2017.09.20 | Administrative

The tram opens – watch out for this heavy-duty addition to our cityscape!

The new tram in Aarhus opens on Saturday 23 September. Pay special attention around tracks and stops.

Health offers annual mobility and sabbatical scholarships for established researchers at the faculty who wish to travel abroad to conduct research. Photo: Colourbox.

2017.09.21 | Administrative

Travel abroad and strengthen your research

Health offers annual mobility and sabbatical scholarships for established researchers at the faculty who wish to travel abroad to conduct research. You can apply for the scholarships now.

Research from Aarhus University shows that 29 per cent of the referred women over the age of 18 have been prescribed psychiatric medicine during the five-year period before the vaccination, while it is 17 per cent for HPV vaccinated women in general.

2017.09.19 | Research

Women with suspected HPV adverse effects more often suffered from psychiatric disorders prior to vaccination

New research from Aarhus University shows that women who are referred to an HPV centre more often have had psychiatric medicine prescribed or been hospitalised for psychiatric conditions up to five years before they received the vaccine.

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