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2021.01.29 | Research, PhD students, Dandrite

Two Group Leaders in Molecular and Translational Neuroscience

Two group leader positions in Molecular and Translational Neuroscience are available at the Danish Research Institute of Translational Neuroscience - DANDRITE of of the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine. You can read about the two positions here.

2021.01.29 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Health

Virtual PhD defence: Thomas Skjærlund Grønnebæk

Mitochondrial adaptations to ischemia and resistance exercise

2021.01.29 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), All groups

A new tool will help you spot phishing emails

Phishing is a serious threat to information security at Aarhus University. On Monday, a new tool will be launched that will help students spot phishing emails.

2021.01.29 | Administrative, Health and disease, Academic staff

Newsletter 40 from the Head of Department

Dear all, While we, with hope, await the spread of vaccines - here is 2021’s first IOOS newsletter.

2021.01.29 | Conference, Academic staff, Food and nutrition network

Metabolism Month – An online conference about energy control and metabolism

Metabolism Month brings together researchers within the field of metabolism to discuss the latest science in metabolic diseases and energy control. It is hosted and organised by the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research (CBMR) at the University of Copenhagen.We have organised eight…

2021.01.29 | Research, Public/Media, Dandrite

New publication from Keisuke Yonehara’s lab

Rune Nguyen Rasmussen and Akihiro Matsumoto et al. from Keisuke Yonehara’s lab have published a paper entitled “Binocular integration of retinal motion information underlies optic flow processing by the cortex” in Current Biology.

2021.01.31 | Conference, Public/Media, All AU units

The Digital Reading Condition

The Reading Between Media Group at Aarhus University invites all interested participants to a one-day seminar on The Digital Reading Condition

Professor Henrik Kjærulf Jensen has received a grant of DKK 2.5 million. Photo: Tommy Foghmar

2021.01.28 | People news, Research, Public/Media

Aquarium fish can reveal genetic causes of cardiac arrest

Professor Henrik Kjærulf Jensen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received DKK 2.5 million for a project to study the causes of cardiac arrest and unexpected death in children and adolescents. The researchers will examine the hearts of zebra fish embryos using advanced genetic technology.

Simon Arvin (left) and Anders Solitander Bohlbro are two of the three recipients of Health's Student Research Prize 2020. Photo: Private

2021.01.28 | Grants and awards, Research, Technical / administrative staff

Three emerging researchers receive Health’s Student Research Prize 2020

Three medical students from Health have written top quality assignments. They have therefore been awarded Health’s Student Research Prize 2020.

Mette Nyegaard (top left), Dorte Rytter (top right) and Karina Ejgaard Hansen collaborate with the best researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Edinburgh, among others,  in a new research project focusing on endometriosis. Photos: Lars Kruse, AU Photo, private and AU Health.

2021.01.28 | Grants and awards, Research, Public/Media

DKK 45 million for research into stigmatised women's disease

Three researchers from Aarhus University are heading a major international research and innovation project that aims to improve the treatment and quality of life of patients with endometriosis. The EU is supporting the project with DKK 45 million from the Horizon 2020 pool.

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