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2017.05.22 | Administrative

New terms for receiving support for grant applications

The Faculty of Health and the Research Support Office (Forskningsstøtteenheden) have agreed that PhD students and researchers under assistant professor and post doc level from 1 July 2017 will no longer be offered support from the Research Support Office in connection with writing grant applications, including budgeting.

PhD student Morten Møbjerg Callsen

2017.05.19 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Morten Møbjerg Callsen

Porcine Models of Human Cancers

2017.05.19 | Research

New insight into the research on memory

Researchers from Denmark and England critically discuss the results of the research worldwide of the mechanisms underlying emotional learning and memories in the mammalian brain.

PhD student Katja Anna Hybel

2017.05.19 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Katja Anna Hybel

Executive Function in Childhood Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

2017.05.18 | Research

23.05.2017: TNU Research Meeting

Simon Glerup: Building and rebuilding synapses in the CNS

2017.05.17 | Research

What is an important study result?

RUNSAFE and collaborators contribute with a thought-provoking discussion about minimal important difference in a BJSM-editorial.

The DKK 38 million grant will help consolidate AIAS. The EU funds will finance up to half of the international fellowship programme over the next five years. Photo: Lise Balsby

2017.05.16 | Grants and awards

AIAS awarded record-breaking EU grant

The Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies has been awarded an EU grant of DKK 38 million. This is the second time AIAS has brought a major EU grant home to AU. The grant supports non-targeted research, and will help AU continue to attract the world’s best researchers.

This is the second time AIAS has won a  major grant for basic research under the Horizon 2020 pillar for Excellent Research. Photo: Lise Balsby

2017.05.16 | Grants and awards

Record-breaking EU grant to support basic research at Aarhus University

The Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies at Aarhus University has been awarded an EU grant of DKK 38 million. This is the second time AIAS has brought a major EU grant home to Aarhus University. The grant is for non-targeted research, and will help the university continue to attract the world’s best researchers.

Lars Bo Nielsen feels provoked by the debate about quality rather than quantity because, as he says: What kind of management wants to hype researchers who publish a lot, when what they publish is of low quality? Conversely, it is also pointless to believe that Health can ignore a reality where doing research simply 'is' publishing.

2017.05.18 | Research

Stop the publication rat race and improve quality

Health has the important task of improving the quality of research at a time when leading journals are being criticised for publishing research results that cannot be reproduced. Dean Lars Bo Nielsen challenges conventional thinking in the form of the PhD's three ritual articles – and reminds us that no researcher is an island.

[Translate to English:] Healths økonomiafdeling vil med den nye model for afrapportering kunne bruge ressourcerne bedre og mere effektivt ved at øge fokus på de bevillinger, der har størst økonomisk indflydelse på fakultetet.

2017.05.18 | Administrative

New model for research project reporting

In future, the size of the research project will determine how often financial reports must be sent to the person responsible for an externally financed research project.

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