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2015.11.16 | Academic staff

Inaugural lecture: Elvira Brattico

The musician's brain as a model of auditory-specific and cross-modal neuroplasticity

2015.11.15 | Policy and strategy

Tasks of Management Group

In August 2015, the RUNSAFE management group was elected. The Management Group must keep themselves up-to-date with publications, work force, research projects and funding in the five work packages of RUNSAFE

2015.11.13 | Meeting

After-work meeting about teaching evaluations

The focus is on degree programme quality when AU invites you to an after-work meeting about teaching evaluations. Please mark your calendar for 9 December. The meeting is in Danish.

2015.11.12 | Research

IDNC monthly presentation: The complement system - a potential link between hyperglycaemia and diabetic vascular complications

Lecture by Professor Troels Krarup Hansen, Department of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University, and Departments of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine, Aarhus University Hospital.

2015.11.12 | Research

IDNC monthly presentation: Overall results of the ADDITION study

Lecture by Professor Torsten Lauritzen, Department of Public Health, Section of General Practice, Aarhus University

2015.11.12 | Research

IDNC monthly presentation: Clinical applications of threshold tracking

Lecture by Hatice Tankisi, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Aarhus University

2015.11.12 | Research

IDNC monthly presentation: Diabetisk neuropati i primærsektoren

Lecture by Morten Charles, MD, Department of Public Health, Section of General Medical Practice, Aarhus University and Nurse Specialist Therese Jørgensen

2015.11.12 | Research

IDNC guest lecture by Prof Hugh Bostock

Hugh Bostock, Emeritus Professor of Neurophysiology, Institute of Neurology, University College London, is visiting Aarhus and will give a guest talk entitled: Threshold tracking as a tool to investigate nerve physiology and neuropathies.

2015.11.12 | Research

IDNC monthly presentation: Diabetes and its complications in a longitudinal perspective

Lecture by Professor Daniel Witte, Department of Public Health, Aarhus University

Boys are the most vulnerable group of children who have experienced the death of a mother or father.

2015.11.12 | Research

Children's loss of parents doubles the risk of suicide

A new study from Aarhus University shows that losing a mother or father before you reach the age of eighteen can have serious consequences later in life. More than 7.3 million people from Denmark, Sweden and Finland are included in the study, which focuses on the biggest consequence: suicide.

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