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2015.09.10 | Research

New PhD student at IDNC

Signe Toft Andersen started as PhD student on 1 September 2015 with a project on screen-detected type 2 diabetes hosted by the Department of Public Health, Section of General Practice. Determinants of diabetic neuropathy will be investigated using an extensive protocol.

2015.09.10 | Administrative

Holiday pay becomes digital

Holiday pay can now be found digitally, and holiday certificates will no longer be issued.

The rector values his visits to the departments and the opportunity to hear about what is happening.

2015.09.22 | Policy and strategy

Department meeting: Plenty of questions for the rector

Rector Brian Bech Nielsen paid a visit to the Department of Biomedicine on Friday 21 August as part of his annual round of visits to the departments. He received many questions on finances and working conditions. After the meeting, it turned out that the university's top manager had not only come to listen.

2015.09.09 | Collaboration

Is the flexible workplace the perfect solution?

Do you dream of an international career but cannot find a work-life balance? David Haubold (MA ’11) has his own recipe for the perfect balance.

2015.09.09 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Mads Lind Ingeman

Non-specific symptoms and signs of cancer in general practice – access to investigation and diagnostic centres.

2015.09.08 | Seminar

Autism@Aarhus 4th Anniversary Symposium

In connection with Uta Frith's annual visit to Aarhus, we would like to remind you of the 4th Anniversary Symposium for Uta's Autism@Aarhus network.

John Kopchick has published almost 300 peer-reviewed articles in internationally recognised journals such as e.g. PNAS and the Journal of Clinical Investigation.

2015.09.08 | People news

New honorary doctor at Health

Professor John Kopchick is a new honorary doctor at Health, Aarhus University.

2015.09.23 | People news

Sport science student honoured with travel grant

Simon Riis from Sport Science at Aarhus University has just received the HM Queen Margrethe II Travel Grant. The grant will help make his research career within biological sport theory possible. Preferably, with inspiration from abroad.

New guidelines for the appointment of academic and technical and administrative staff at Health are on the way.

2015.09.09 | Administrative

Work on the new guidelines for the appointment of staff is in process

New guidelines for the appointment of academic and technical and administrative staff at Health are on the way.

2015.09.23 | Research

Debate: Is non-earmarked research funding also facing the axe?

If anyone can feel the new winds blowing from the direction of the new minister for higher education and science, it must be the universities. Stringent cost reduction requirements for the degree programmes are being contemplated and the minister has previously shown himself to be sceptical about allocating funding for non-earmarked research.

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