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2019.11.28 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

This year’s AU advent calendar for employees will begin on Monday 2 December

Have you been keeping up with AU news and activities over the last year? Then you should participate in AU’s advent calendar for employees every weekday from 2 to 20 December. Every day, we will ask a new question about the ‘AU year in review’.

2019.11.25 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Emil Rindom

Mechanically induced anabolic signaling in skeletal muscle.

2019.11.25 | PhD defense, Health and disease, Public/Media

PhD defence: Stine Gunnersen

Functional Roles of Smooth Muscle Cells in Neointima and Atherosclerosis Formation.

2019.11.25 | Event, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Trine Line Hauge Okholm

Circular RNAs in cancer and their biomarker potential

2019.11.25 | Event, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Marianne Kjær Poulsen

Very Low-density Lipoprotein Triglyceride Kinetics and Metabolism. Impact of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and long-term, high-dose resveratrol

2019.11.25 | Event, Health and disease, Technical / administrative staff

PhD defence: Thomas Falstie-Jensen

Low-grade infections in patients with shoulder replacements - diagnose and outcome

Core Group Leader Professor Poul Henning Jensen.
Associate Professor Christian B. Vægter

2019.11.22 | Grants and awards, Public/Media, Dandrite

Funding for new Parkinson’s disease animal model for pain

Associate Professor Christian B. Vægter and Professor Poul Henning Jensen have received a 280000 DKK grant from the Danish Parkinson’s Foundation.

The faculty has a well-documented problem with too few female professors, where issues relating to children and maternity leave are very likely a contributory factor, says Assistant Professor Mette Richner, who had the idea of the new prize. Photo: Nádia P. Goncalves 
A splendidly constructive approach to solving problems, says Department Head Thomas G. Jensen, who wants to make the award ceremony an annual event. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU

2019.11.22 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Wanted: Role models for diversity

Spread the word about our successes: The Department of Biomedicine launches a diversity award for employees who make an extraordinary contribution to the department's diversity. Dean Lars Bo Nielsen hopes that the initiative will inspire more local initiatives that create flexibility, openness and tolerance.

2019.11.21 | Seminar, Public/Media, Dandrite

Talk by Francesco Ferraguti and Norbert Hajos

Talk by Norbert Hajos, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary and Francesco Ferraguti, Dept. Pharmacology, Medical University of Innsbruck, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria.

The drugs phenobarbital, clonazepam and pregabalin are particularly associated with an increased risk of suicide, and in 2017 more than 48,000 Danes were being treated with the three types of epilepsy drugs.

2019.11.21 | Research, Public/Media, Health

Researchers unable to reject increased suicide risk associated with use of anti-epileptic drugs

Three of the most common forms of anti-epileptic drugs in Denmark is associated with increase in patients' risk of suicide. However, the risk is low and should be seen in conjunction with the many beneficial effects of the medicines. This is the conclusion of a new study carried out by researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University…

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