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2019.09.03 | Administrative, Technical / administrative staff, Health

Changes in parking availability around the University Park in the period 6 - 15 September 2019

Please note that there will be less parking availability than usual in connection with Denmark’s Biggest Friday Bar on 13 September 2019. Check the map to find out which parking lots will be closed in the period 6 - 5 September and find alternative parking.

Ole Steen Nielsen continues as vice-dean for research until next summer, while Lise Wogensen Bach will be shifting lances by the end of the year when she becomes new vice-dean for education. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2019.09.03 | Policy and strategy, Technical / administrative staff, Health

Health goes from three to two vice-deans

From the turn of the year, the Dean's Office at Health will consist of two vice-deans – one for research and one for education. The aim is to ensure the greatest possible cohesion in resolving tasks and to strengthen the faculty’s international and interdisciplinary work along with the external collaboration with companies and foundations.

Ole Steen Nielsen will be retiring next year and his position as vice-dean for research will therefore become vacant. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2019.09.03 | People news, PhD students, Health

Health to begin the search for a new vice-dean for research

Vice-dean OIe Steen Nielsen will not be reapplying for the position of vice-dean for research when his employment contract expires next summer. After nine years in the post, inclusive a period as acting dean, he wishes to leave the position and retire.

Associate Professor, MD and PhD Ebbe Bødtkjer receives this year’s talent award from the faculty. Register for the award ceremony on 4 October and listen to him explain why he finds his research so fascinating and how he approaches it. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2019.09.05 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, Technical / administrative staff

Ebbe Bødtkjer receives the Skou award 2019

He delivers impressive research results and is unusually adept at attracting external research funding. This is the reason why MD and PhD Ebbe Bødtkjer from the Department of Biomedicine receives the faculty’s talent award this year. Help us celebrate him at the award ceremony.

2019.09.03 | Events, Research, All groups

Psychiatry Research Day 5 December 2019

Come and join us for a day full of informative talks and posters on the most recent psychiatric research.

At Health Match Making Day, researchers present their projects to hundreds of research-interested students. Photo: Society for Medical Student Research.

2019.09.05 | Events, Health, Administration (Academic)

Find students for your next research project

On 31 October 2019, Health and the Society for Medical Student Research (SMS) will give the faculty’s researchers the chance to recruit talented Health students for current and future research projects at the annual Health Match Making Day.

2019.09.03 | Policy and strategy, Administration (Academic), All groups

The consultation for Aarhus University’s 2025 strategy is now open

The draft version of AU’s coming strategy is now available for staff and students to read and comment on. The proposed strategy represents a continuation of the university’s current course, with the addition of new targets and focus areas.

[Translate to English:] Klik på kortet for at gøre det stort - og se, hvilke parkeringspladser, der bliver berørt af Danmarks Største Fredagsbar og Idrætsdag.

2019.09.04 | Administrative, All groups, All AU units


Please note that there will be less parking availability than usual in connection with Denmark’s Biggest Friday Bar on 13 September 2019. Check the map to find out which parking lots will be closed in the period 6 - 5 September and find alternative parking.

The microscopes will provide many researchers with exciting opportunities, but new users should be properly trained before being able to use the equipment by themselves, because it’s one thing to take images with the equipment, but something else entirely to analyse and interpret the results correctly, Christian Garm explains. Photo: AU

2019.09.03 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Health researchers get access to advanced new microscope systems

The faculty’s new bioimaging core facility is now opening for all Health researchers who wish to make use of the eight advanced microscope systems which are currently available. The microscopes are installed in the Skou Building at the bottom of the University Park.

Gustavo Nascimento has made his career in a flash at the Department of Dentistry and Oral Health in Aarhus, and now he is also honoured by Bagger-Sørensen Fonden for his research talent. Photo: Health Communication.

2019.09.02 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, Public/Media

Brazilian research talent receives chewing gum award

Associate Professor and PhD Gustavo Nascimento from Aarhus University has travelled the world to enhance his skills in his research field. He has now been awarded the Bagger-Sørensen Foundation's Young Researcher Prize of DKK 75,000 in recognition of his tireless work and impressive research results.

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