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Professor Cecilia Ramlau-Hansen receives the PhD Supervisor Award 2017. Karthiga Thavachelvam is chair of the PhD Association at Health. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2017.06.12 | Grants and awards, Academic staff, Health

Video: PhD students honour dedicated professor

Professor of epidemiology at the Department of Public Health, Cecilia Ramlau-Hansen, receives Health’s PhD Supervisor Award 2017.

2017.05.31 | Symposium, Public/Media, External target group


Department of Molecular Medicine (MOMA) afholder mini-symposium

[Translate to English:] Ph.d.-studerende Lone Vedel Schøler

2017.05.31 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Lone Vedel Schøler

Clinical implications of analyzing circulating tumor DNA in colorectal cancer patients

2017.05.30 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Newsletter 74 April 2017

Dear All Please find the latest news

Associate Professor Viola Burau. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.

2017.06.01 | People news, Public/Media, Department of Public Health

AU researcher receives grant from the Danish Health Foundation

Associate Professor Viola Burau from Aarhus University has received DKK 300,000 for her research project. The project aims to strengthen the coordination of treatment across hospitals, general practice and the municipal sector for both elderly peoples and chronically ill patients.

Work is underway to determine whether a range of new initiatives that integrate student research throughout the medical degree programme can help prevent Health receiving a study progress reform fine that could – in a worst-case scenario – amount to DKK 28 million in 2020. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU.

2017.06.01 | Education, PhD students, Department of Biomedicine

New initiatives intend to mitigate the prospect of a massive study progress reform fine being imposed on Health

The research year increases the average time to degree for medical students – and that costs Health. A range of new initiatives that integrate student research on the medical degree programme will gradually replace the research year and diffuse a potential bomb under Health’s finances.

New policy provides a framework for the use of social media at Health.

2017.06.01 | Administrative, PhD students, Health

Use of social media at Health

Have you thought about whether your unit should be on social media? You’re not the only one. A new policy provides a framework for how Health and units at the faculty should respond to the new media.

Ideas and solutions to specific challenges from business and industry are the focal point of the first Medical Innovation Day at Health.

2017.06.01 | Talent development, Health and disease, PhD students

Business and industry lays down a challenge: Crazy ideas are welcome

On 6 October, a Medical Innovation Day will challenge PhD students from Health in a brand new format with focus on innovation. Companies including Novo Seeds, Lundbeck Foundation Emerge and CAPNOVA will present specific challenge and allow innovative ideas to bloom. The best of them will receive a prize.

1 June is the date when applications for the new research-orientated honours programme for Master’s degree students at Health will open. The application deadline is 31 June.

2017.06.01 | Talent development, Health and disease, Students

Ready to do some research? New honours programme opening for applications

The new faculty initiative for particularly talented and motivated Master’s degree students at Health with a desire to carry out research opens its doors for applications on 1 June. Initially, 15 places will be available.

According to the study, the effect of doing home practice is small, but statistically significant in the 28 scientific studies included in the analysis, Christine Parsons says.

2017.05.24 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Mindfulness takes practice

The typical student on a standard mindfulness course says they practice for 30 minutes at home every day, and it actually makes a difference, a new study from Aarhus University finds. This is the case, even though teachers ask for 45 minutes of practice a day. But can we rely on what people say?

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