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2021.12.31 | Research, Research, All groups

Congratulations to the 2021 recipients of the LF Professorships!

The Lundbeck Foundation has recently awarded the LF Professorship of 2021. Out of the six recipients this year, three are affiliated NeuroCampus: Professor Nanna Brix Finnerup, Per Borghammer (NCA Steering Group member), and Søren Riis Paludan.

2021.12.21 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Graduate School of Health

PhD defence: Charlotte Ernst

ATP mediated diameter regulation of porcine retinal vessels at different branching levels ex vivo

MatchPoints 2022

2021.12.21 | Events, Research, All groups

MatchPoints 2022: Our Fascinating Brain

Some of the world’s leading experts visit Aarhus University for a two-day conference about the brain.

2021.12.21 | Event, Public/Media, Department of Clinical Medicine

POSTPONED Inaugural lecture: Professor Christoffer Laustsen

MRI scanning 10.000 times amplified – new opportunities

Professors Nanna Brix Finnerup, Søren Riis Paludan and Per Borghammer receive grants of approx. DKK 36 million, approx. DKK 28 million and approx. DKK 30 million, respectively, towards their neuroscience research projects. Photo: Martin Gravgaard for the Lundbeck Foundation.

2021.12.21 | Grants and awards, Research, Public/Media

Three of Denmark's six best neuroscience professors come from Health

Nanna Brix Finnerup, Søren Riis Paludan and Per Borghammer receive three of the six 'LF Professorships' awarded by the Lundbeck Foundation in 2021. Together, the three researchers from Health will receive more than DKK 94 million towards their neuroscience research which the foundation believes has ground-breaking potential.

2021.12.21 | Grants and awards, PhD students, Graduate School of Health

Research Environment of the Year 2022

The Danish Young Academy now accepts nominations for the Research Environment of the Year 2022 award

Sadegh Nabavi, DANDRITE Group Leader and PROMEMO Partner

2021.12.20 | Grants and awards, Research, Academic staff

Sadegh Nabavi has been awarded an NIH BRAIN Initiative grant of DKK 2,975,000 by The Lundbeck Foundation

The main aim of the NIH BRAIN Initiative is to identify and develop new technologies to improve our understanding of how the brain works. In time, the intention is to find new ways of treating, curing and preventing brain disorders. In 2021, the Lundbeck Foundation funded three researchers at Danish universities and hospitals by awarding them an…

Picture of Sadegh Nabavi.

2021.12.20 | Grants and awards, Public/Media, Dandrite

Sadegh Nabavi receives grant from the Lundbeck Foundation

Congratulations to Associate Professor Sadegh Nabavi who has received a grant from the Lundbeck Foundation for Danish-American brain research.

2021.12.20 | Events, PhD students, Graduate School of Health

MatchPoint Conference: Our Fascinating Brain

Experience neuroscience at its finest when some of the world’s leading experts visit Aarhus University for a conference about the brain.

It is important to identify signs of eating disorders among young diabetics early in order to reduce the risk of worsening the disease and the mental problems that - for many - are associated with them, according to Kevin Patrick Marks, PhD-student, at the Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University. Photo: AU

2021.12.17 | Research, Research, Public/Media

Psychological problems are exacerbated in step with widespread eating disorders among young diabetics

The third of young people with type 1 diabetes who show signs of overeating or binge eating also suffer reduced quality of life, anxiety and depression symptoms.

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