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2020.01.17 | Seminar, Health and disease, PhD students

AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Jens Leipziger

Cystic Fibrosis - and hidden jewels in the urine.

2020.01.17 | Event, Public/Media, Dandrite

DANDRITE Topical Seminar by Emanuel E. Strehler on "Intrinsic disorder in the regulatory C-tail of plasma membrane calcium pump PMCA4b"

Topical seminar on calcium signalling by Emanuel Strehler, who is also visiting us to be opponent at Sigrid Thirup Larsen's PhD defense this afternoon on the "Activity and Regulation of Plasma Membrane Calcium ATPases – Functional and Structural Characterisation".

2020.01.17 | Seminar, Health and disease, PhD students

CANCELLED: AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Joanna Kalucka

Understanding the blood vessels one cell at a time.

2020.01.17 | Health and disease, PhD students, Health

AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Lisa Wu

Toward managing cancer symptoms. Investigating circadian rhythms and light exposure in cancer patients.

Graphics: The four focus areas in AU's upcoming climate strategy are: building operations, transportation, procurement and waste.

2020.01.23 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Do you have input on AU’s coming climate strategy?

Are you interested in how Aarhus University can reduce its CO2 emissions? Join us on 29 January at a meeting of AU's sustainability network to discuss the university's draft climate strategy.

2020.01.17 | Event, Health and disease, Public/Media

POSTPONED: First annual meeting – Food and Nutrition Network

THE MEETING IS POSTPONED TO LATER IN THE YEAR. On March 24th from 12.00-16.00 the new Food & Nutrition network at Health holds its first annual meeting.

Senior Researcher Anette Fischer Pedersen is the lead author behind the study, which shows a correlation between the number of patients with multimorbidity and burnout among their general practitioners.

2020.01.16 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Multimorbidity leads to general practitioners suffering burnout

The risk of general practitioners (GPs) suffering burnout increases with the number of patients with complex medical histories. A new study from the Research Unit for General Practice in Aarhus is the first to document a correlation between patients with multimorbidity and increased incidences of burnout among their general practitioners.

2020.01.16 | Grants and awards, Academic staff, Promemo

PROMEMO-affiliated researcher Olav Andersen and colleagues receive a JPND grant

Associate Professor Olav Andersen and his colleagues from abroad received a DKK 9.5 mio from the joint EU programme to study the SORL1 gene, which is regarded as one of Alzheimer’s most important risk factors, with some variants of the gene even being the cause of the disease.

Photo: Colourbox

2020.01.16 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Limited IT during the weekend of 1 and 2 February

IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 1 - 2 February 2020.

Professor Jørgen Bjerggaard Jensen from the Department of Clinical Medicine has received grants for two projects to improve the treatment of bladder cancer and reduce the number of relapses. Photo: Lars Kruse, Aarhus University.

2020.01.16 | Grants and awards, Research, Academic staff

Artificial intelligence and a new type of surgery can improve the treatment of bladder cancer

Professor Jørgen Bjerggaard Jensen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has two scientific projects in the pipeline, and both will benefit patients with bladder cancer. One involves a new surgical method, while the other focuses on new technology. The projects receive financial support in the form of generous grants from the Novo…

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