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2018.06.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Sara Konstantin Nissen

HIV and the innate immune system: genetics and innate immune activation in HIV long-term non-progressors

PhD student Mia Steengaard Olesen.

2018.06.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Mia Steengaard Olesen

Optimering af livmoderslimhinden til graviditet ved kunstig befrugtning" med den videnskabelige titel: ”Therapeutic endometrial scratching for enhancement of embryo implantation

PhD student Gitte Susanne Rasmussen.

2018.06.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Gitte Susanne Rasmussen

Identifying young people’s needs for support to manage moderate to severe psoriasis in daily life - An interpretive description.

2018.06.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Casper Kloster Pingel Sæbye

Functional outcome and quality of life after limb-sparing surgery for soft tissue sarcoma

Ole Steen Nielsen. vice-dean for research, fears that junior researchers may hold back due to an incorrect idea about exactly what is required when applying for a starting grant, which is where the new “midwife” help comes into the picture.

2018.06.05 | Research

DKK 100,000 in midwife help for an ERC grant

Health is establishing a funding pool totalling DKK 1.5 million for distribution among 15 researchers who wish to position themselves for an ERC grant. The DKK 100,000 can be used for anything that helps researchers write a good application and the offer is open to everyone – including researchers who do not already have a long CV.

Søren Laurberg expects that the study will lead to the recommended frequency of follow-ups being reduced – probably to the Danish level, where the follow-up for patients after colorectal cancer operations has remained at one and three years.

2018.06.04 | Research

Increased follow-up does not benefit colorectal cancer patients

It makes no difference whether colorectal cancer patients are CT-scanned twice or five times in the first three years after surgery. The survival rate after five years is the same – and also better than expected. This is shown by a large Danish/Swedish randomised controlled trial which has been published in the scientific journal JAMA.

2018.06.01 | Administrative

New rules regarding sideline activities for researchers

The Danish Parliament today agreed on new more flexible rules for sideline activities and voluntary work for international employees. The changes to the immigration law will take effect 10 June 2018.

2018.06.01 | Grants and awards

PhD prize for DCE researcher

Prestigious PhD prize to DCE researcher Sigrún Johannesdottir Schmidt for her PhD thesis on herpes zoster.

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