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Anna Sundby, PhD student, Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University

2017.11.20 | Research, Research, Public/Media

Stakeholders in psychiatry and their attitudes toward receiving pertinent and incident findings in genomic research

Genomic research potentially provides clinical information about the current and future health of the research subject. A finding with no interest for the research study could still be important for the research subject. It is not standard procedure to share this kind of information with the research subjects –but should it be?

Professor Merete Nordentoft, Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Capital Region of Copenhagen & University of Copenhagen (Photo: Jon Norddahl)

2017.11.20 | Research, Research, Public/Media

2017 Highly Cited Researchers

Congratulations to iPSYCH PI Merete Nordentoft! Merete is listed on the 2017 Highly Cited Researchers.

As a member of the Guild – the European network of 19 universities pursuing intensive research – Aarhus University is a co-signatory of a manifesto specifying that the future and welfare of Europe require more investments and more cooperation across national borders.

2017.11.23 | Policy and strategy, Research, All groups


European university network the Guild has issued a statement calling for Brexit negotiations to protect cooperation between European universities.

Researchers from AU is heading an interdisciplinary exhibition on resistance research at the very heart of the European Parliament in Brussels. MEP Christel Schaldemose hosted an opening event 21 November with participation of ten Members of Parliament. Photo: AU, Kommunikation & Presse

2017.11.23 | Events, Research, All groups


This week, AU presents an interdisciplinary exhibition on resistance research at the very heart of the European Parliament in Brussels. Professor Jens Seeberg is heading the exhibition, which has been arranged in partnership with the Central Jutland EU office in Brussels.

2017.11.17 | Conference, Art, culture and media, Academic staff

Fraud and Forgery in Literature of the Long Nineteenth Century

The conference will consider representations of fraud and forgery in all areas of literature from the long nineteenth century (1789-1914), from its deployment as theme to its entanglement with the processes of literary production themselves.

2017.11.30 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

VIDEO: The path to knowledge is paved with openness

Thee hundred clinical researchers indulged their curiosity at the 1st Annual Research Meeting at the Department of Clinical Medicine. The goal was to find out more about other people's research, share experiences – also of difficult topics – and in this way stimulate new cross-disciplinary collaborations. Watch the video and hear what people got…

2017.11.17 | Conference, Art, culture and media, Academic staff

Cultures of Participation 2018 – Arts, Digital Media and Politics

Over the last decade cultural participation and cultures of participation have received increased attention within different academic disciplines, cultural institutions and societal sectors. What are the characteristics of cultural participation and how do these manifest themselves in cultures of participation?

Saida Said

2017.11.17 | Research, Research, All groups

Poster prize for Saida Said

At the symposium Studying and Controlling Membrane Proteins with Light, Saida Said was awarded a prize for best poster in her category.

Erik Kaadt

2017.11.17 | Research, Research, All groups

Poster prize for Erik Kaadt

At the 12th Psychiatry Research Day, Erik Kaadt received the prize for 2nd best poster.

2017.11.16 | Talent development, PhD students, Graduate School of Health

PhD Cup and Informations media courses 2018

Registration for PhD Cup 2018 and media courses held by the Informations Medieskole are now open for registration.

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