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2018.10.05 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

AU Evacuate out of service

Due to a ransomware attack on the data stored in AU Evacuate, the evacuation app is currently out of service.

2018.10.04 | Events, Event, Research

Worlding the Brain 2018

Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies (AIAS) together with the Religion, Cognition and Culture Research Unit, Interacting Minds Centre, Center for Music in the Brain at AU and University of Amsterdam host this third international Worlding the Brain conference in order to bring together researchers from the humanities, social sciences, and the…

Professor Trine Mogensen is research director of a team which also comprises (from left to right): Professor Jacob Giehm Mikkelsen, Professor Peter Hokland, Clinical Associate Professor Bjarne K. Møller and Associate Professor Rasmus Bak. Photo: AU Foto.

2018.10.17 | Grants and awards, Research, PhD students

Health researchers to launch new technique for correcting genetic defects

Congenital genetic defects can lead to failures of the immune system, so it cannot defend the body against the microorganisms that we are constantly exposed to. Backed by a new grant, Professor Trine Mogensen and her team of researchers from AU and AUH are working to develop a new technology to correct these genetic defects.

2018.10.03 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

The new ordering system for AU business cards and envelopes is ready

You can now order AU business cards and envelopes through a new ordering system, which also provides more opportunities for use of the AU seal and secondary logos. In connection with the implementation of the new system, the design of AU’s business cards and envelopes has also been updated.

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2018.10.04 | Collaboration, Health and disease, PhD students

The programme groups under Human First have begun work

Last week, the two programme groups being launched in the Human First partnership, which comprises VIA University College, the Central Denmark Region and Aarhus University, had their kick-off meetings. The programme groups are now charged with preparing proposals for how collaboration on research, education and development can be strengthened in…

The Skou Building contains research laboratories, offices, a large laboratory animal facility for mice and space for approx. 300 employees. Photo: Lars Kruse, Aarhus University.

2018.10.03 | Events, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Health cuts the ribbon to inaugurate Denmark's most intelligent research building

On 8 October, the Faculty of Health will inaugurate the Department of Biomedicine's new research building, which is named after the recently deceased Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. Fittingly, the inauguration takes place on what would have been his 100th birthday. The Minister for Transport, Building, and Housing, the Mayor of Aarhus and…

2018.10.04 | Event, Health and disease, PhD students

Ipsen Lecture 2018

How can we determine what causes some women to have a healthy pregnancy and healthy born offspring and others not?

2018.10.02 | Event, Public/Media, External target group

Methods for analyzing family data

Learn how to analyze family data in epidemiological studies.

Don’t do it alone! Find one or more business partners so you can share the tasks sensibly, is an important piece of advice from Niels Katballe. Photo: Aarhus University Hospital.
This is what the pulmonary surgical instrument KatGuide looks like. It has been developed by Consultant Niels Katballe in collaboration with Engineer Peter Heydorn and out-licensed to an American company. Photo: Aarhus University Hospital.

2018.10.04 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Niels Katballe went all the way from a pig in a basement to the world market

"Just do it! Working on inventions is instructive and fun” is the advice from Consultant, PhD Niels Katballe. As a surgeon and clinical researcher, he has taken the step from publishing articles about inserting drains to actually developing a pulmonary surgical instrument that will now be marketed from the United States.

2018.10.02 | Event, Health and disease, Public/Media

Inaugural lecture: Per Borghammer

Does Parkinson’s disease start in the gut?

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