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2018.07.12 | Event, Research, All groups

Synuclein meeting 2019

The annual Synuclein meeting follows a 12-year tradition of biennial meetings in the synuclein field. In the year of 2019, the meeting will be entitled "Where we are and where we need to go" and will take place in Ofir, Portugal.

PhD student Caroline Trillingsgaard Mejdahl.

2018.07.12 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Department of Public Health

PhD defence: Caroline Trillingsgaard Mejdahl

Patient-reported outcome measures in outpatient follow-up. A multi-perspective interpretive description

2018.07.07 | Event, Health and disease, Public/Media

Cancer detection in primary care; variation in the use of fast track referral pathways

Thomas Round is a General Practitioner (GP) at the Bromley by Bow Health Partnership in east London, and an academic in Primary Care and Public Health Sciences at King’s College London (KCL). He has active interests in early cancer detection in primary care and was awarded a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Doctoral Research…

Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim

2018.07.11 | Education, Administration (Academic), All groups

More applicants for engineering degree programmes at Aarhus University

The number of applications to Aarhus University has increased this year, and more than 10,300 people have named Aarhus University as their first choice. Engineering degree programmes are among those experiencing an increase in popularity, according to preliminary application figures.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2018.07.11 | Education, Administration (Academic), All groups

Record numbers of applications to Aarhus University

More than 10,300 applicants have selected Aarhus University as their first choice this year – the highest number ever. The total number of applicants has also increased and now stands at around 27,000. These are the preliminary key figures for Aarhus University applications.

2018.06.22 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

A new course on leadership for managerial staff at AU

A new course for AU managers will provide insight into fundamental leadership skills. The course is aimed at both new and more experienced, self-taught managers, both academic and administrative.

2018.07.06 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

New edition of AU Key Figures now available

AU Key Figures is a user-friendly reference which provides an overview of the most important key figures from 2017 and the preceding five years.

With a new grant of DKK 3.5 million, Nanna Brix Finnerup and her colleagues from AU and AUH are part of the large European collaborative project IMI PainCare.

2018.07.03 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, PhD students

Pain researcher from Aarhus receives million-kroner grant

Professor Nanna Brix Finnerup from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received a grant of almost DKK 3.5 million for research into innovative pain treatment. The grant is being awarded as part of a large European collaborative project.

Professor Robert Fenton will head a project that will study chronic renal disease.

2018.07.03 | Grants and awards, Public/Media, Department of Biomedicine

Million-grant to kidney disease researcher from AU

For the next four years, Professor Robert Fenton will head a project that will study chronic renal disease. The project has just received a grant of DKK 15 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

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