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2015.10.13 | Talent development, PhD students, Graduate School of Health

EDMaRC Workshop: From Primordial Germ Cells to Spermatozoa (deadline: 15 November 2015)

The PhD course will take place from Tuesday 24th November to Friday 27th November, 2015. Venue: Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet, Auditorium 1.

2015.10.12 | Administrative, Academic staff, All AU units

How can CIRRAU help you with register-based research?

So far, 50 projects are hosted on CIRRAU’s servers. More than 140 users from across Aarhus BSS, HEALTH, ST and collaborating institutions conduct research on these projects with administrative support and data support from CIRRAU. You are welcome too!

Caption: There was a lively exchange of ideas and experiences at the internal education seminar.

2015.10.19 | Joint meetings, Technical / administrative staff, Degree programmes

Successful internal seminar on educational IT

Teaching staff from departments and centres at AU gained and shared inspiration about how digital learning platforms can be incorporated into teaching at the educational IT seminar on 8 October 2015.

Genes, Reproduction and Development

2015.10.09 | Events, All groups, All AU units

Genes, Reproduction and Development

AIAS Symposium gathers top researchers to discuss genetics and fertility in relation to childlessness on 1 December 2015. Register by 23 November.

2015.10.19 | Joint meetings, Students, Degree programmes

Get good at giving feedback

How can you get better at giving and receiving feedback? And why is good feedback important in the first place? Read on to find out!

The annual PhD Day gives all PhD students at Health an opportunity to present their work and to network – also with international guests. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.

2015.10.12 | Events, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD Day: We need you, supervisors!

The PhD Day at Health is still going strong after almost twenty years as a big, academic networking event with international guests. But we need to see many more supervisors to help raise the level of the discussions and debates, says Head of Graduate School, Vice-Dean Lise Wogensen Bach.

2015.10.09 | Conference, Research, PhD students

NeuroD2 Symposium

Mechanisms in Neurodevelopment and Neurodegeneration — From Molecules to Medicine

Andrew Tasker examines how the brain’s structure and function change in connection with specific diseases in the brain before symptoms become visible. In the case of schizophrenia and epilepsy, many years of increasing dysfunction in the brain can be seen before the symptoms show-up and lead to a diagnosis being made.

2015.10.08 | People news, Health and disease, Academic staff

Brain researcher new honorary professor at AU

Andrew Tasker is a new honorary professor at Aarhus University. He carries out research into how changes in brain development lead to later-onset neurological disease.

2015.10.07 | Health and disease, Academic staff, Health


Professor Peter Vuust, Center for Music in the Brain, will give an inaugural lecture to mark his appointment to Professor at Aarhus University.

2015.10.07 | Nature and technology, Academic staff, Health

DANDRITE Topical Seminar

Seminar on "The Danish BioImaging Network/Imaging resources at the CPR and Danstem Imaging Platform"

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