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2019.10.14 | Meeting, Research, Technical / administrative staff


A new national roadmap for research infrastructure is to be developed for the period 2020-2023. At AU, the process will be initiated on Tuesday 29 October. One this day, the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education will hold an information meeting, which will be followed by a number of workshops organised by AU with a focus on the…

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2019.10.08 | Research, Health and disease, PhD students

Repeated febrile convulsions linked to epilepsy and psychiatric disorders

Children who suffer repeated febrile convulsions have an increased risk of developing epilepsy and psychiatric disorders later in life. This is shown by a comprehensive register-based study from Aarhus University.

Professor Karl Anker Jørgensen was previously a keen athlete at elite level, and among other things, he was the Danish national champion in 110-metre hurdles and the decathlon. "Sport has definitely been hugely important for my career. I'm a competitive person, both in sport and in pioneering research," he says. Photo: Lars Kruse
"From the moment we’re conceived to when life ends, our lives are a long series of chemical reactions controlled by enzymes, and therefore human beings are the most amazing example of chemistry," says Karl Anker Jørgensen. Photo: Lars Kruse

2019.10.11 | Grants and awards, All groups, All AU units

Gold medal in good chemistry

He was declared "not suitable" for upper secondary school, but today he is one of the world's most cited chemists. What’s more, he insists on a little wildness at work. Meet Professor Karl Anker Jørgensen, who today is receiving the H.C. Ørsted Gold Medal in chemistry. The medal is being awarded for the first time in 30 years.

2019.10.11 | Event, Health and disease, Public/Media

August Krogh on Tour: Systems analysis of Insulin and Exercise Actions in Muscle and Fat

The ‘August Krogh On Tour’ program is proud to announce this lecture in an event series to celebrate the legacy of August Krogh.

Maiken Stilling has taken up a position as clinical professor and consultant at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, respectively. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2019.10.10 | People news, Health and disease, Public/Media

Aarhus University gets a new professor of orthopaedic surgery

Consultant Maiken Stilling from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is a new clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery. She is Denmark’s first female professor in her field and has gained international recognition for her innovative research into joint functioning and joint prostheses.

2019.10.10 | Event, Academic staff, Neurocampus


Assistant Professor Rebecca Schaefer from Leiden University is visiting MIB and will give a talk about moving to music.

2019.10.10 | Event, Academic staff, Neurocampus

THE BRAIN PRIZE MEETING 2019 – SILENTLY LOSING THE BRAIN – The enigma of small vessel disease

With international keynote speakers including the 2019 prize winners, The Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize Meeting aims to bring a broad range of researchers to discuss why small vessel disease has emerged as a major contributor to dementia worldwide.

2019.10.10 | Event, Academic staff, Neurocampus

3rd meeting of Danish Bioimaging network

The 3rd meeting of Danish Bioimaging network will take place in Aarhus 22-23 of October. The aim of the meeting is to gather Danish bioimaging community, to share knowledge and to boost activity.

2019.10.10 | Event, Academic staff, Neurocampus


Lindsey Reymore is PhD candidate at The Ohio State University's School of Music and she is visiting MIB to give a talk.

2019.10.10 | Event, Academic staff, Neurocampus


Julien Valette from Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique - MIRCen, Fontenay-aux-Roses in France is visiting Aarhus and will give a CFIN & MIB guest talk on: "Diffusion-Weighted NMR Spectroscopy In Vivo to Probe Brain Cell Structure… and Beyond"

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