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At the moment, a lot of work is being put in to reorganising as much of the teaching activity as possible to work remotely. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU

2020.03.19 | Education, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Status: Health’s teaching is being reorganised

While thousands of students and employees are denied access to the university, an interdisciplinary task force is busy working with the teaching staff to find out which courses can be reorganised and held remotely, and which must be postponed. Here you can get an update on their work and find the current recommendations for teaching staff.

2020.03.18 | Course, Public/Media, Dandrite

Online meeting on “Pimp my figures with PyMol” – for DANDRITE staff and students

Please follow the guidelines to attend the online meeting send on email on 14 March

An IT Support meeting. You can easily have 19 people on a single connection.

2020.03.19 | Research, Health and disease, Academic staff

Feature story: Health is functioning remotely

While most of the faculty is deserted, a few selected people maintain critical functions in the buildings. The vast majority of employees take care of their daily tasks and find new solutions from makeshift home offices.

2020.03.18 | Administrative, All groups, All AU units


Two of the spring’s major events at Aarhus University – the MatchPoints Seminar and the Festival of Research - have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

2020.03.18 | Seminar, PhD students, Health

CANCELLED: Ipsen Lecture 2020

Why are epidemiologists so bad at epidemics?

Associate Professor Ulrika Enemark's research helps the population in Ghana to a better elderly care. Photo: Private.

2020.03.18 | People news, Public/Media, Health

Researcher receives DKK ten million towards research into elderly care in Ghana

Associate Professor Ulrika Enemark from Aarhus University’s Department of Public Health receives a little over DKK ten million from Danida towards a research project that will provide new knowledge about the needs and potential for the development of health care for elderly people in lower-middle income countries such as Ghana.

Researchers at Health now have the opportunity to apply for funds to hire a potential PhD student for their interdisciplinary research projects. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU

2020.03.17 | Talent development, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Get funding for an interdisciplinary PhD project

Health researchers now have the opportunity to apply for three months' salary for a potential PhD student who can plan and develop an interdisciplinary PhD project. Only researchers who join up with a colleague from another of Health’s departments can apply for the funds.

Photo: Colourbox

2020.03.17 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

Coronavirus: Which special terms of employment apply?

What should you do if you get sick while you are working from home? What do you do if you cannot work to the same extent because your children are home as well? And will it still be possible for you to take holiday? You can find the answers to these questions and more in a Q&A for employees at Aarhus University in connection with the closure of…

Associate Professor Gustavo Nascimento receives the Centennial Emerging Leader Award for his impressive research contribution regarding the correlation between periodontitis and diseases elsewhere in the body. Photo: Health Communication.

2020.03.18 | Grants and awards, Health and disease, Public/Media

Periodontitis researcher honoured with international award

Associate Professor Gustavo Nascimento from Aarhus University is being honoured with an international award in recognition of his impressive research contribution within the dental, oral and craniofacial field.

The head of studies administration during one of her countless Skype meetings. Dressed for the office on camera, in jogging bottoms and knitted socks below the table. Photo: Anna Bak Maigaard.

2020.03.19 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Seven days in the shadow of corona: a diary from the head of studies administration

It all began with the cancellation of all theoretical teaching for medical students on the Master’s degree programme. Moments later, the whole of Denmark and all physical teaching at the university shut down, leaving the studies administration facing a massive task. Head of Studies Administration at Health, Anna Bak Maigaard, has kept a diary…

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