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2018.08.28 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Public/Media

PhD defence: Lise Brogaard

TeamOBS Video filming as a tool for better delivery ward performance.

2018.08.28 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Public/Media

PhD defence: Adrian Bauer

Minimal Invasive Extracorporeal Circulation Impact on Inflammation and Coagulation.

The travel grant will be used for a study stay at either the University of Oslo or Harvard University as part of Eeva-Liisa Røssell Johansen’s PhD project.

2018.09.06 | People news, PhD students, Health

Public health science student receives travel grant

Eeva-Liisa Røssel Johansen, a third semester student on the Master's degree programme at Public Health Science at Aarhus University, will receive the HM Queen Margrethe II Travel Grant when the university holds its annual celebration.

2018.08.28 | Administrative, Public/Media, Health

See where to park and not to park around AU's 90th anniversary celebration on 21 September

Parking facilities around the University Park will be changed in connection with the 90th anniversary celebration on 21 September 2018. Look at the map to see which parking areas you cannot use during the period around the anniversary celebration.

When the university holds its annual celebration on 14 September 2018, the American researcher Jeff Michael Sands will be appointed as a honorary doctor.

2018.09.06 | People news, Public/Media, Health

Jeff Michael Sands to be named honorary doctor at Aarhus University

Aarhus University appoints the American researcher Jeff Michael Sands as honorary doctor. This will take place in connection with the University's annual celebration on 14 September 2018.

Researchers from all over the world have begun using CRISPR technology which can easily and cheaply cut and paste in genes. CRISPR/Cas9 is a genetic tool that is often used in the treatment of certain human genetic diseases and also in a lot of basic research.

2018.09.06 | Research, Public/Media, Department of Biomedicine

Popular gene scissors can be used to mimic cancer cells

A Danish study shows that CRISPR technology, which can cut and paste in genes, can be used to form circular DNA. This form of DNA can carry cancer genes, meaning that this new knowledge could be key to understanding how cancer occurs.

2018.08.28 | Policy and strategy, Administration (Academic), All groups

A new government initiative obstructs Aarhus University’s business initiative

The government’s adjustment of degree programmes in English will have serious consequences for Danish business and industry.

2018.08.28 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups


The Ministry of Higher Education and Science has asked all of Denmark’s educational institutions to contribute concrete experience with digital technologies in the teaching and development of digital skills among all students. This is the first part of a new project to provide the higher education degree programmes with a technological upgrade.…

2018.08.24 | Grants and awards, PhD students, Dept Clin Epi

Prize for best oral presentation

DCE researcher won prize for best presentation at annual research day.

Photo: Colourbox

2018.08.23 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Non-participation in breast cancer screening among previous cancer patients

Breast cancer can be detected at early stages through organised screening. This study explored reasons for non-participation in breast cancer screening among previous cancer patients, who have high risk of developing a new primary cancer.

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