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The Fogh-Nielsen Legacy was given to 3 PhD students on PhD Day 2017.

2017.02.02 | Academic staff, Health and disease, People news

PhD students honoured with prestigious legacy at the PhD Day

Three particularly talented PhD students from the Faculty of Health share the Fogh-Nielsen Legacy and the DKK 125,000.

2017.01.30 | Conference, Public/Media, CAP

20th Nordic Congress of General Practice 2017

It has now become Icelands turn to host the Nordic Congress for General Practitioners. The congress theme is From the Core. Changes and Challenges in Primary Care and takes place in Reykjavik, Iceland on 14th to 16th June 2017.

Line Hvidberg

2017.01.30 | PhD defense, Research, Public/Media

PhD defence: Line Hvidberg

New PhD dissertation investigates the knowledge of the danish population and reactions to cancer symptoms and focuses on barriers which may prevent healthcare seeking.

Ole Köhler-Forsberg

2017.01.31 | Research, Public/Media, Department of Clinical Medicine

Non-severe infections can cause serious mental disorders

A new study shows that non-severe infections that do not require hospitalisation can also increase the risk of subsequently developing schizophrenia or depression.

Research will now show the most rational way to move from symptom to clarification when there is a suspicion of cancer.

2017.01.27 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Taking a closer, international look at the path from cancer symptom to clarification

Leading researchers from Great Britain, the USA and Aarhus University have received GBP five million to test which diagnostic path prior to treatment gives greater survival rates in cases of cancer. One source of inspiration is the "Danish model"; the key is to understand the process from symptom to clarification and diagnosis.

2017.01.16 | Administrative, All groups, All AU units

Interruptions in IT services during the weekend of 28-29 January

IT maintenance work will affect a number of AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 28 and 29 January.

New international research to help general practitioners with diagnosing cancer.

2017.01.26 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, Public/Media

CaP is partner in international project about the pathway from cancer diagnosis to start of treatment

A group of international scientists from the UK, USA and CaP, Aarhus University have been granted £5 million to test which diagnostic pathways will result in better survival before start of treatment. The inspiration comes from the Danish model, the key to understand the process from symptoms to clarification and final diagnosis. (In Danish).

2017.01.26 | Grants and awards, PhD students, Dept Clin Epi

NICHD grant for SnartForaeldre.dk

The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development in the US has provided a grant to continue the SnartForaeldre.dk (Soon Parents) project. The project is carried out by researchers at Department of Clinical Epidemiology in collaboration with colleagues at Boston University. The grant covers five years and amounts to USD 146,202 in year…

Photo: Colourbox.dk

2017.01.26 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

AU’s digitisation strategy is now in place

Yesterday, AU’s digitisation strategy was adopted by the senior management team. With the digitisation strategy, the university sets a number of ambitious targets which will ensure that Aarhus University continues to keep up with digital development.

[Translate to English:] Professor Adrian Edwards. Foto: Privat foto.

2017.01.25 | People news, Public/Media, Health

New international honorary professor at Aarhus University

Adrian Edwards is professor of general practice and took up the position of honorary professor at Aarhus University on 1 December.

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