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2019.01.08 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Academic staff

PhD defence: Rasmus Pihl

Novel insights into the function and regulation of MASPs of the lectin pathway of complement

2019.01.08 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Vibeke Bay

Novel approaches to modeling pre-stroke depression in the rat

2019.01.08 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Gudrun Winther

Early life programming of brain and behaviour

Researchers should remember to save their settings and lists before Researchfunding.net is discontinued at the end of March 2019, so that settings can be manually recreated in Research Professional.

2019.01.10 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Only one research funding database from the end of March

Many researchers have positive experiences of the external research funding database Research Professional, and this is one of the reasons why the Research Support Office is extending the pilot scheme for a further two years. At the same time, Researchfunding.net – which is AU’s and AUH’s own locally run database – will be phased out.

2019.01.07 | Symposium, Health and disease, Academic staff

IDNC symposium on diabetes and CNS disorders

The aim of this symposium is to discuss CNS disorders (stroke, cognitive decline and depression) in diabetes based on the hypothesis that neuronal dysfunction in diabetes not only involves disorders of the peripheral nervous system, but may also affect the central nervous system.

Link between newborns with vitamin D deficiency and schizophrenia confirmed in a study led by Professor John McGrath

2019.01.07 | Research, Academic staff, iPSYCH

Link between newborns with vitamin D deficiency and schizophrenia confirmed

Newborns with Vitamin D deficiency have an increased risk of schizophrenia later in life, researchers from Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University and the University of Queensland report. The discovery could prevent some cases of the disease, and shows that neonatal vitamin D deficiency could possibly account for about 8 per cent of all schizophrenia…

2019.01.07 | Grants and awards, PhD students, Dept Clin Epi

Grant for collection of biospecimens

Large grant from the US will facilitate the collection of biospecimens among women enrolled in SnartForældre.dk – an online preconception study. The aim is to study whether exposure to endocrine disruptors is associated with infertility and spontaneous abortion.

Vibeke Bay, Gudrun Winther and Sandra Tillmann

2019.01.04 | Research, Research, All groups

Three PhD defences at TNU in January

We are happy and proud to announce three PhD defences by TNU PhD students in January.

In an evolutionary context, there is something very mysterious about the receptor as it does not resemble anything seen previously, Associate Professor, PhD Christian Brix Folsted Andersen points out. Photo: Burgdorf Fotografi.

2019.01.04 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Researchers locate the body's largest cell receptor

A giant toadstool that swallow up vitamins and nutrients in the intestines and kidneys. This is how the receptor, which e.g. absorbs B12 vitamin in the small intestine, looks. For the first time, researchers have an insight into an as yet unknown biology which has survived hundreds of millions of years during the evolution of life.

2019.01.04 | Research, Research, All groups

Anders Nykjær interviewed for TV 2

In the interview, PROMEMO Director Anders Nykjær addresses the influence of smartphones on memory and the importance of continuously challenging the brain in order to strengthen memory.

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