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2020.02.25 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

The new holiday act: On 1 May, the mini holiday year will begin

On 1 September 2020, the new Danish Holiday Act will enter into force, and all employees will switch to concurrent holiday which means that holiday is earned on an ongoing basis and can also be taken on an ongoing basis. The transition to the new holiday act means that the period from 1 May to 31 August 2020 will be a so-called mini holiday year…

Photo: Lars Kruse

2020.02.27 | Research, Research, All groups

Two new chairmen of academic councils

Two of Aarhus University's academic councils have elected new chairmen.

2020.02.21 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), PhD students

Elections for the Department Forum

On May 13 and 14 elections are held for the Department Forum at Biomedicine.

2020.02.21 | Event, Public/Media, Dandrite

PROMEMO / DANDRITE Topical Seminar

Seminar on "Role of NMDAR phosphorylation in cognitive dysfunctions" by Macarena Gomez de Salazar, postdoctoral fellow in synaptic physiology at the Neuroscience Department, Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai, New York, USA.

2020.02.20 | People news, Public/Media, Dandrite

Welcome to Chihiro Nakamoto who has started as Postdoc in Takeuchi team

Chihiro Nakamoto has joined Dr. Tomonori Takeuchi laboratory as a postdoc since April 2019. Dr. Takeuchi discovered that projections from the noradrenergic locus coeruleus into the hippocampus promote novelty-induced memory enhancement through the non-canonical release of dopamine. To directly detect dopamine release from axons of the locus…

Even though she still feels ‘new’ in her job after fifty days, Health’s new vice-dean for education has some clear ideas on the subject of what the students should bring with them when they graduate from the faculty’s degree programmes. Photo: Simon Byrial Fischel

2020.02.20 | Policy and strategy, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Armed with expertise, courage and an open mind

We must prepare Health’s students to utilise in-depth expertise, be open towards the whole world, and prepare them for radical changes to their subject even before they graduate. Vice-dean for Education Lise Wogensen Bach shares her visions for the degree programmes.

Joanna Kalucka predicts that treatment of ‘the big killers’, e.g. heart diseases, as stroke and atherosclerosis, as well as cancer could benefit from the knowledge generated by this new atlas. Photo: Stefan Lehnert

2020.02.20 | Research, Health and disease, Public/Media

Researchers start to understand blood vessels one cell at the time

A database on endothelial cells may enhance our understanding of the function of the close to 100,000 km of specialized blood vessels in the mammalian body. That is the perspective of a research project just published in the scientific journal Cell.

A new committee will carry out academic assessments of aplications for the faculty's PhD scholarships. Photo: Melissa Yildirim

2020.02.19 | Talent development, Administration (Academic), Health

New committee will award the faculty's PhD scholarships

A group of specially appointed researchers will help the dean to allocate the twenty or more fully financed faculty-scholarships as part of the faculty’s new model for PhD scholarships.

Photo: Microsoft

2020.02.20 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Information security: Do not use the browser Internet Explorer

For security reasons, we strongly encourage employees and students to stop using Internet Explorer entirely.

Professor Henning Grønbæk receives DKK 5.6 million from Arla Food For Health to investigate the effect of milk protein in a diet with a high protein content for patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

2020.02.20 | Grants and awards, Research, Academic staff

Treatment of liver disease could be stored in the fridge next to the milk

There is no specific treatment for patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, but diet and lifestyle play a role in the severity of the disease. Professor Henning Grønbæk from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is now investigating whether milk proteins given as part of a high-protein diet can be used as treatment.

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