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Hanne Mohr is leaving her position as head of SKT and head of a staff that has thrived under her management style, which is not least reflected in the result of the school's employee satisfaction surveys.

2015.01.20 | People news

Head of SKT bids farewell

Hanne Mohr is leaving her position as head of SKT (the School for Dental Assistants, Hygienists and Clinical Technicians) at Aarhus University.

2015.01.13 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Trine Eilenberg

Acceptance and Commitment Group Therapy (ACT-G) for health anxiety: A randomised, controlled trial.

2015.01.13 | Seminar

Postdoc Grant (ARTS and BSS) – DFF

Writing an application for a postdoc grant at the Danish Council for Independent Research (FKK and FSE)

Troels Rønn Kjær

2015.01.13 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Troels Rønn Kjær

Structural and functional investigations on the lectin pathway initiating complexes.

2015.01.13 | All groups

UIC: Greenshare - the community garden for danes and internationals

Introduction to a new community garden where everyone can grow vegetables and flowers - perhaps even new international friends - in Aarhus.

2015.01.13 | Academic staff

UIC: Informal get-together at ARoS Art Café

This Wednesday we meet for an informal meeting at 10.15 am at the ARoS Art Museum

PhD Day 2015 will take place in the Lakeside Lecture Theatres 23 January. The theme is academic doping.

2015.01.20 | Events

If you add my name to your article, I’ll add you to mine ...

Inflated lists of publications, otherwise known as academic doping, is a phenomenon within an academic world in which there is competition for the grants. At Health's PhD Day 2015, younger researchers will discuss the problem.

2015.01.13 | Academic staff

Workshop: Writing successful grant applications

If you are new in grant writing, you will find advice on how to attack the grant writing process and how to write in a way that meets the expectations of the reviewer.

2015.01.13 | Academic staff

Re-opening of the climate chambers

It is with great pleasure that we hereby invite you to the re-opening of the climate chambers, which has been renovated.

Marlene Beyer Eg has received a grant of DKK 1,750,000 from the Council of the Danish Victims Fund towards her PhD project on the “Abuse of Children in the North & Central Denmark Regions”.

2015.01.20 | People news

PhD student from Aarhus University receives substantial funding

Medical doctor Marlene Beyer Eg from the Department of Forensic Medicine, Aarhus University, is receiving DKK 1,750,000 from the Council of the Danish Victims Fund towards a PhD project on the “Abuse of Children in the North & Central Denmark Regions".

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