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2019.02.25 | People news, Research, All groups

Please welcome Rikke Søby Simonen who is the new student assistant for DANDRITE and PROMEMO

Rikke Søby Simonsen has started as student assistant for DANDRITE and PROMEMO on the 15th January 2019.

[Translate to English:] Foto: Jørgen Weber luftfoto

2019.03.01 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Master plan adopted for Campus 2.0

The final plan for AU’s physical development has now been adopted. This means that the university is now ready to take the next step: relocations and termination of leases in connection with the university’s development of the University City.

2019.03.01 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

A more sustainable AU

At a meeting on 21 February, the AU Board discussed creating a more sustainable Aarhus University and approved the management’s proposal for the launch of a sustainability strategy.

2019.03.01 | Seminar, Academic staff, All AU units

Create societal value from your research

How do you create value from your research? In this workshop, we give you practical experience in research based value creation by reducing complex research concepts to clear value propositions.

2019.02.25 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Fetal growth inhibited by cocktail of chemicals in the mother

For the first time, researchers have shown that a combination of perfluorinated substances in the mother significantly inhibits child growth. These are the substances which Denmark’s minister for environment and food is currently working to ban.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2019.02.22 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Workplace assessment (WPA) 2019 – your participation is important!

On Monday 25 February, employees at AU will receive an email from Rambøll with a link to the questionnaire for the 2019 workplace assessment. By participating in the survey, you help make it possible to assess your level of well-being and that of your colleagues, so please remember to complete the questionnaire and encourage your colleagues to do…

2019.02.22 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Kathrine Hald

Long-term follow-up on the effect of socially differentiated cardiac rehabilitation - evaluated by clinical outcomes, secondary prevention and use of health care services

2019.02.22 | Seminar, Research, Public/Media

Membranes Seminar

Guest lecturer Prof. William Edward Louch, Institute for Experimental Medical Research, University of Oslo, Norway: "Understanding the Heartbeat at the Nanoscale".

The study showed a large and significant difference between the faeces transplantation and the antibiotics, which are today considered to be state of the art. Photo: Mette Mejlby Hansen, AU/AUH.
Our study shows that the more poorly the patient is, the stronger the arguments for a faeces transplantation actually are, says Christian Lodberg Hvas. Photo: John Christensen, AUH.

2019.02.22 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Faeces transplantation: effective treatment facing an uncertain future

In the right intestines, faeces can save lives. This is shown by a new study of faeces transplantation and the life-threatening intestinal disease Clostridium difficile. Medical doctors and researchers from Aarhus, Denmark, are presently building up a faeces bank, but both the treatment and its non-targeted research could be about to come under…

2019.02.21 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Anne-Mette Schou Oxvig

Elucidation of the Hotspots for Advanced Glycation - The Missing Links between AGE and Aging-related Diseases.

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