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Consultant Per Borgerhammer hopes that his research can help to find some of the causes of the development of dementia in patients with Parkinson's disease.

2015.05.05 | People news, Health and disease, Academic staff

Major grant to help patients with Parkinson’s disease

Consultant Per Borghammer and Professor David Brooks from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have just received DKK 1.7 million from the Lundbeck Foundation. The grant provides hope for Parkinson's disease patients who develop dementia.

2015.04.23 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Academic staff

PHD-defence: Niklas Blach Rossen

Nighttime blood pressure and chronotherapy in type 2 diabetes

PHD-defence: Sophie Constantin Lütken

2015.04.23 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Academic staff

PHD-defence: Sophie Constantin Lütken

Role of vasopressin, aldosterone, and angiotensin II in sodium and water retention in nephrotic syndrome and heart failure in the rat

Nikolaos Polyzos conducts research into the effective treatment options on offer to women who require fertility help at an older age, but it also includes younger women suffering from premature ageing of the ovaries.

2015.04.23 | People news, Health and disease, Academic staff

Gynaecologist becomes honorary professor at Aarhus University

The Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University has appointed Nikolaos Polyzos as a new honorary professor. He carries out research into treatment options for women who are unable to become pregnant.

Researchers have for the first time examined the risk of developing dementia among people who suffer from both depression and diabetes.

2015.05.06 | Research, Health and disease, All groups

Diabetes combined with depression doubles the risk of dementia

Data from more than 2.4 million Danes provides the basis for the first study to demonstrate a double increased risk of developing dementia if you suffer from both depression and diabetes. Aarhus University is behind the study together with the University of Washington. And the figures have surprised the researchers.

Cheese is apparently very healthy to eat. Photo: Colourbox

2015.04.23 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

Cheese is surprisingly healthy

Scientists may have solved the conundrum of why the French can drink wine and eat lots of cheese – and still remain slim and healthy. It appears that cheese is an important piece in this puzzle.

Professor Jørn Hounsgaard is the University of Copenhagen's named person in questions of responsible conduct of research within the health sciences. Photo: KU

2015.04.30 | Research, Health and disease, All groups

The University of Copenhagen's special advisor: My most important role is mediation

Professor Jørn Hounsgaard is the “named person” in good scientific practice at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Copenhagen. The cases he sees are dominated by personal conflicts. That is the way it is when research is driven by passion and ambition, says Jørn Hounsgaard.

Vice-Dean Lise Wogensen has headed the working group which has defined the role of the special advisor on responsible conduct of research.

2015.04.30 | Research, Health and disease, All groups

Wanted: Empathic and honest special advisor with broad shoulders

High demands are being made of Health's new special advisor on responsible conduct of research. However, we know that he or she is out there somewhere, says the driving force behind the new advisory function for responsible conduct of research, Vice-Dean Lise Wogensen.

2015.04.21 | Policy and strategy, All groups, External target group

Aarhus BSS – new brand to consolidate AU’s business school

With a new brand name and logo, Aarhus University’s business school seeks to consolidate its position as one of Europe’s largest broad business schools and strengthen its ability to compete for students on a national and international scale.

2015.04.20 | Conference, Nature and technology, Academic staff

Neuroscience Day 2015

On April 28 2015, NeuroCampus Aarhus hosts a Neuroscience Day for all affiliated research labs and centres as well as for students with interest in neuroscience. By bringing basic and clinical scientists together, the organisers wishes to encourage collaborations and strengthen translational neuroscience research within the NeuroCampus Aarhus…

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