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2022.01.17 | PhD defense, PhD students, Health

PhD defence: Frederik Boe Hansen

The brain's blood vessels following cardiac arrest and resuscitation

2022.01.17 | Grants and awards, PhD students, Graduate School of Health

Call for applications to NNF Research Year scholarships

University of Southern Denmark now invites applications for a number of scholarships for a Research Year

2022.01.14 | Course, Public/Media, DCAcademy

PhD spring school: Cardiac electrophysiology – basic and clinical aspects

The course covers multiple dimensions of cardiac electrophysiology including cellular electrophysiology, animal models of arrhythmias as well as clinical diagnostics and treatment.

A combination of Danish and non-Danish researchers creates an optimal research environment, says Professor Robert Fenton who has benefitted from a Marie Curie-fellowship twice.

2022.01.13 | Policy and strategy, PhD students, Health

A Marie Curie fellowship can boost careers and research projects

The Marie Curie Fellowship programme gives researchers the opportunity to recruit highly-qualified, self-reliant and talented researchers from abroad, says Professor Robert Fenton, who himself started as a Marie Curie Fellow at Aarhus University 17 years ago.

2022.01.13 | Administrative, Technical / administrative staff, Health

WPA 2022: It will soon be time to evaluate AU as a workplace

In Week 9, it will again be time to conduct a workplace assessment at AU – the so-called WPA (APV in Danish). Here you can read more about the process.

2022.01.12 | Events, Public/Media, DCAcademy

PhD course: Vascular function and angiogenesis in relation to health and physical activity

The course covers cardiovascular function, from the microcirculation to the heart, with a focus on the influence of lifestyle related disease and physical activity

The amazing brain, with all its delights, diseases, curiosities and fantastic characteristics, comes under scrutiny at this year's MatchPoints conference.Several of Health's researchers are represented at the conference including Professor Per Borghammer, who will be chairing a workshop on the latest scanning techniques. Photo: Martin Gravgaard.
You can now sign up for this years MatchPoints conference on May 5-7. The theme is "Our Fascinating Brain". This is the first time that Health is organising the event, and Professor Troels Staehelin Jensen from the Department of Clinical Medicine is head of the organising committee. Photo: AU Foto

2022.01.13 | Events, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Fantastic and fascinating: Our brain is in focus at MatchPoints 2022

You can learn much more about the brain when Health for the first time organises the annual MatchPoints conference in May. Under the theme "Our Fascinating Brain", Danish and international researchers shine a spotlight on our very own supercomputer. Several of Health’s leading neuro-researchers are among the list of speakers.

The Graduate School at Health is overall "excellent" according to a new international evaluation. Head of Graduate School Helene Nørrelund is pleased with the report's positive assessment.

2022.01.13 | Administrative, Administration (Academic), Academic staff

Impressive international evaluation for Health's Graduate School

The PhD degree programme at Health is generally 'excellent' according to a new international evaluation, although the report also points to areas of focus for the graduate school.

2022.01.12 | Course, Public/Media, DCAcademy

PhD course: Electrophysiology - from basics to bedside

Gain an understanding of ECG recordings and how to interpret those in order to identify eg. atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter etc. Furthermore, you will reach an understanding of electrophysiology.

Professor Bente Langdahl from IKM is head of a big research project that aims to improve the treatment of osteoporosis. The project is funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation with DKK 25 million. Foto: Private

2022.01.13 | Grants and awards, Research, Academic staff

Substantial grant aims to improve the treatment of osteoporosis

Professor Bente Lomholt Langdahl from Department of Clinical Medicine receives DKK 25 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to collaborate with colleagues from around Denmark on finding the best way to treat people with osteoporosis.

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