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Annette de Thurah took up the position as professor at the Department of Clinical Medicine on 1 January 2022. She is also affiliated with the Department of Rheumatology at Aarhus University Hospital.

2022.01.07 | People news, Public/Media, Health

New professor: The arthritis treatment of the future will be online

The number of people with chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis will grow in the statistics in the future. Annette de Thurah, who has just been appointed professor at Aarhus University, counters this development through her research into web-based solutions for the arthritis patients of the future.

2022.01.05 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Graduate School of Health

PhD defence: Signe Mosegaard

Novel insights to fatty acid oxidation disorders - Complex genetics and immunometabolic regulations

Head of department Siri Beier Jensen

2022.01.04 | Administrative, Health and disease, Academic staff

Newsletter 46 from the Head of Department

Dear All, It almost feels as if the year is ending as it began - the number of infections is rising and rising, the home offices came back in use, and the Christmas party had to be canceled again. But luckily we are soon moving towards brighter times. After all, it makes a small difference.

The music we listen to is a direct reflection of the way in which we structure our day, according to a new study carried out by - among others - assistant professor Ole Adrian Heggli from Center for Music in the Brain at Aarhus University.

2022.01.03 | Research, Academic staff, Health

Study: Our favourite music follows a 24-hour cycle

Researchers at the Center for Music in the Brain at Aarhus University have analysed more than two billion streaming events on Spotify to investigate how our daily rhythm is reflected in the music we listen to.

2022.01.03 | PhD defense, Public/Media, Health

PhD Defence: Michal Frumer

PhD dissertation explores life under surveillance for lung cancer

2022.01.03 | Research, Public/Media, Department of Public Health

Sustainable diet leads to fewer blood clots in the brain

The risk of bleeding or blood clots in the brain is lower if your diet is sustainable. This is shown by a new research result from Aarhus University. The results have just been published in the scientific journal Stroke.

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