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The process must ensure that the medical students not only receive the competences they need here and now, but also future-proofed competences such as the ability to be innovative, so that they can contribute to a healthcare sector that is undergoing constant change.

2017.02.09 | Education, Academic staff, Department of Biomedicine

The medical degree programme: Plan for development work ready

The medical degree programme needs to be ready for the future and is therefore facing a major vision and strategy process. The roadmap for this process, which will run until 2019, is now in place. A wide range of stakeholders – from both AU and external – will be involved along the way.

[Translate to English:] Department of Clinical Epidemiology is hosting its fourth annual summer school.

2017.02.02 | Conference, PhD students, Department of Clinical Medicine

Pharmacoepidemiology Summer School in Denmark

A week-long course titled Assessing risks and benefits of treatments: methodological issues is a collection of advanced master classes taught by international experts in pharmacoepidemiology and comparative effectiveness research.

PhD student Rasha Al-Saaidi. Photo: Private photo.

2017.02.02 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Department of Clinical Medicine


LMNA mutations causing dilated cardiomyopathy: Molecular studies using patient fibroblasts and patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells

Trine Hyrup Mogensen will as new professor of infection immunology bridging the gap between research and patients. Photo: Lars Kruse

2017.02.03 | People news, Health and disease, Public/Media

New Aarhus professor will clarify the background for serious infectious diseases

Medical specialist in infectious diseases Trine Hyrup Mogensen is the new professor with special responsibilities (MSO) of infection immunology at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. She takes up the position on 1 February 2017.

2017.02.02 | Research, Public/Media, External target group

The genes behind the different human height

GIANT study finds rare, influential genetic changes related to height. Research findings in this area may help to develop new types of drugs.

Medical Doctor, PhD Jakob Appel Østergaard receiving funding towards research into the treatment of kidney disease.

2017.02.07 | People news, Health and disease, Academic staff

Double grants towards research into diabetic kidney disease

Medical doctor, PhD Jakob Appel Østergaard from AU and AUH is receiving funding from both the Danish Council for Independent Research and the Central Denmark Region's Research Foundation towards research into the treatment of kidney disease in patients with diabetes.

PhD Day 2017 had the theme: Keep it simple.

2017.02.16 | Events, Health and disease, Academic staff

PhD Day 2017: Keep it simple

Three scholarship recipients warmed up more than 500 participants at the PhD Day 2017 with short, research lectures. The day then continued with a mix of posters and oral presentations, key note lectures and informal socialising.

2017.02.01 | Conference, Research year student, External target group

Danish Cereal Network - Annual Meeting 2017 - in collaboration with DanSeed Symposium

The Cereal Network (Cerealienetværket) is an informal network within the cereal sector, embracing research, breeding, production, processing, industry and trade. The network aims at improving quality and sustainability throughout the entire value chain of cereal grain production.

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