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2016.11.17 | People news, Health and disease, Academic staff

Head of CNRU Morten Overgaard on belief vs. science

Head of CNRU participates in DR TV program "Tro, håb og videnskab" and debates belief vs. science.

A survey carried out by The Department of Forensic Medicine at Aarhus University, shows Cocaines purity has increased markedly.

2016.11.29 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Pure cocaine tops the hard narcotics sales list

Cocaine is now the most widespread hard drug in Denmark’s cities. Furthermore, the drug’s purity has increased markedly. This is shown by a survey carried out by The Department of Forensic Medicine at Aarhus University.

2016.11.17 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

Researchers intend to find a better treatment for corneal dystrophy

Corneal dystrophy is an eye disease causing protein deposits in the cornea leading to decreased or complete lack of vision. The existing treatment options are not sustainable, and therefore Danish researchers intend to find a better and long lasting treatment for the disease.

2016.11.16 | PhD defense, Academic staff, Department of Clinical Medicine

Defense of doctoral thesis: Inger Mechlenburg

Periacetabular Osteotomy in patients with Hip Dysplasia investigated with Imaging Modalities

2016.11.16 | Conference, Academic staff, Health

3rd Annual Meeting in Danish Society for Molecular Medicine

2016.11.16 | Research, PhD students, Dept Clin Epi

New EU project

Department of Clinical Epidemiology is one of 22 partners in the European public-private partnership ROADMAP (Real world Outcomes across the AD spectrum for better care: Multi‐modal data Access Platform). The project aims to create a sustainable platform for data generation and analysis of real world evidence in Alzheimer’s disease. DCE will be…

Per Qvist, Postdoc & Jane Hvarregaard Christensen, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedicine, AU

2016.11.16 | Research, Public/Media, iPSYCH

The schizophrenia associated BRD1 gene regulates behaviour, neurotransmission, and expression of schizophrenia risk enriched gene sets in mice

The schizophrenia-associated BRD1 gene encodes a transcriptional regulator whose comprehensive chromatin interactome is enriched with schizophrenia risk genes. However, the biology underlying the disease association of BRD1 remains speculative. In this study, we show that BRD1 schizophrenia risk alleles correlate with lower BRD1 mRNA levels in…

Annika Forsingdal, Industrial PhD student, H. Lundbeck A/S

2016.11.16 | Research, Public/Media, iPSYCH

Novel genetic mouse model for neurodevelopmental disorders

The hemizygous 15q13.3 microdeletion is associated with increased risk of schizophrenia, epilepsy, autism and intellectual disability. A mouse model of the human 15q13.3 hemizygous microdeletion syndrome has previously been generated. Characterization of the model identified phenotypes related to schizophrenia and epilepsy. Human cases of…

Elin Næs Beck, MD student, AU, Research Year Student, NCRR, AU

2016.11.16 | Research, Public/Media, iPSYCH

Childhood Epilepsy, Febrile Seizures and Subsequent Risk of ADHD

Danish national registers on both somatic and psychiatric disorders contributes with new epidemiological aspects on seizure disorders in childhood and long term consequences. This study focus on febrile seizure and epilepsy in childhood and subsequent risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, while taking the socioeconomic and perinatal…

Visit one of the partner universities in Israel or Lebanon with Erasmus+. Photo: Colourbox.

2016.11.18 | Collaboration, Technical / administrative staff, All AU units

Erasmus+ staff exchange in Lebanon and Israel

Through the international dimension of Erasmus+ (International Credit Mobility), AU can offer grants to staff to cover the expenses of a visit to one of the partner universities in Lebanon and Israel.

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