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2017.04.05 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Public/Media

PhD defence: Morten Krogh Christiansen

Early-onset Coronary Artery Disease - Clinical and Hereditary Aspects

2017.04.05 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Dmitrii Kamaev

The role of calcium-activated chloride channel ANO1 in the vasculature

The number of researchers at Health who are involved in projects funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) can be counted on one hand, even though a lot of funding and strong networks are connected to the ambitious EU partnerships, which focus on accelerating the development of better and safer pharmaceutical products.
"It’s a question of learning how to navigate the system. Use the internet proactively, and remember that it’s up to you to seize the day,” says Poul Henning Jensen, professor at the Department of Biomedicine.

2017.04.06 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

The IMI is a sure path to an invaluable network

Knowledge sharing, joint publications and network, network and more network. Those are the benefits for researchers who get involved in the IMI project under the auspices of the pharmaceutical industry and the EU. Despite this, very few Health researchers are involved in IMI projects, which is regrettable, according to the researchers who have…

2017.04.10 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

New word and powerpoint templates for AU staff

On 24 April 2017, AU IT will upgrade AU’s Microsoft Office template solution. The AU templates make it possible and easy for all AU employees to create Word documents and PowerPoint presentations in accordance with the university’s design programme including the use of the logo and seal.

The medical degree programme must equip the students for a future we do not know. Photo: Jesper Rais, Aarhus University

2017.04.20 | Education, Academic staff, Department of Biomedicine

VIDEO: Why do we need to develop the medical degree programme now?

The medical degree programme is facing a vision and strategy development process. But why is this necessary? Listen to what the initiator of the vision process, Charlotte Ringsted – who is Vice-dean for Education at Health – says about the thinking behind the project.

2017.04.04 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

Researchers recreate wild crops for the beer of the future

Over thousands of years, barley and wheat have been bred to such an extent that the yield has been greatly improved, but the crops have also lost a number of properties that are important to survive in the wild. A new Danish research project will restore the original properties of crops to make them more robust.

Professor (MSO) Peter Nejsum. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan.

2017.04.05 | People news, Public/Media, Department of Clinical Medicine

New professor carries out research into parasites

Peter Nejsum from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is new professor with special responsibilities (MSO) of molecular parasitology. His work will include decoding the communication of parasites and examining their influence on the immune system.

Nine out of ten students at Health feel very comfortable with their degree programme. Nonetheless, every fifth student feels stressed. This is shown by the study environment survey 2017. Photo: Lars Kruse

2017.04.06 | Education, Academic staff, Health

The study environment is flourishing at Health, but there are still problems

The students at Health are generally very satisfied, but stress and a lack of feedback remain two areas with room for improvement. This is shown by the figures from the university's study environment survey 2017.

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