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2020.01.24 | PhD defense, Health and disease, PhD students

PhD defence: Åsa Lina Alle Madsen

Pulmonary alveolar microlithiasis - clinical and genetic aspects.

2020.01.23 | People news, Public/Media, Dandrite

Congratulations to Saida Said for her new affiliation as Postdoc in Hanne Poulsens team

Saida will focus on studies concerning structural and functional mechanism of the GABA transporter subtype one by combining electrophysiological, fluorescence-based methods and unnatural amino acid mutagenesis. The role of the GABAergic system in mental disorders in general and in depression in particular is gaining momentum. Structural…

2020.01.23 | PhD students, Department of Biomedicine, Department of Biomedicine


The lysosome in health and disease by Prof. Paul Saftig

Postdoc Knud Ryom is Lecturer of the Year at Public Health Science. Here he receives his diploma from Professor Helle Terkildsen Maindal. Photo: Nanna Husted.

2020.01.21 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, Public/Media

Here are the Lecturers of the Year 2019

The students have voted and selected this year’s Lecturers of the Year at Health. So for the next year, six of the faculty’s lecturers can pride themselves on being ‘Lecturer of the Year’.

With the new grant, Ulrik Dalgas can expand his research into physical training of neurological patient groups to include patients suffering from Parkinson's disease. Photo: Melissa Yildirim/AU.

2020.01.21 | Grants and awards, Research, Public/Media

Can fitness training delay the development of Parkinson’s disease?

Fitness training is good for many things. But can it also slow the development of the disease in people with Parkinson’s disease? This is what Associate Professor Ulrik Dalgas from Aarhus University is investigating in a new research project.

Vivi Schlünssen from the Department of Public Health receives DKK 8.5 million towards her research project. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2020.01.21 | Grants and awards, Research, Public/Media

How does working life affect health and disease in Europe?

Professor Vivi Schlünssen from Aarhus University is part of an international research consortium, which has received a total of DKK 80 million from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme to investigate how exposure to e.g. chemicals or light at work affects European citizen’s health status.

2020.01.20 | PhD defense, Research, Academic staff

PhD defence Alexander Gramm Kristensen

Alexander Gramm Kristensen will defend his thesis entitled ”Early diagnosis and understanding underlying mechanisms of diabetic neuropathy”

2020.01.20 | Event, Public/Media, Dandrite

YoDa invites you to Board Game Night!

YoDa would like to invite you to forget your research for an evening and instead play board games and experience some good old-fashioned "hygge". So, grab your friends, and join us in the lunch room on the 3rd floor in the Skou building. A variation of board games will be available, but please bring your own favorite game if you…

2020.01.20 | People news, Public/Media, Dandrite

Congratulations to Katia Soud who has been accepted as PhD student in Takeuchi team!

Katia Soud has been working as a research assistant in Tomonori Takeuchi group since July 2019, following to receiving the AU PhD fellowship, she will start her PhD project on the 1st of February under the supervision of Tomonori Takeuchi, the project will answer questions about the mechanisms of dopaminergic memory retention by the locus…

2020.01.20 | People news, Public/Media, Dandrite

Congratulations to Karen Marie Juul Sørensen for her new affiliation as PhD student in Nykjær's group

Karren Marie started as PhD student in Anders Nykjær’s group on 1 January 2020. She will be working on unravelling the function of VPS10P domain receptors in communication between glia cells and neurons in memory formation.

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