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The new dean is expected to take seat in the dean-chair on 1 March.

2016.12.15 | Policy and strategy

One step closer to finding a new dean

The hunt for Health's new dean has entered a new phase after the expiry of the deadline for applications on Sunday 11 December.

The conference will serve as a special tribute to Professor Ebba Nexo for her life-long contribution to the scientific field that we all embrace.

2016.12.13 | Conference

11th International Conference on Homocysteine and One-Carbon Metabolism

It is a great pleasure for the ICHOCM Executive board and the local organizing committee to invite you to participate in the 11th International Conference on Homocysteine and One Carbon Metabolism at Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, from 14.-18. May, 2017.

2016.12.20 | Administrative

Advice and services in connection with international recruitment

AU offers advice and services to the departments, schools and centres to help them attract and retain international employees.

2016.12.12 | Talent development

Scientific Workshop “Cardiovascular Research @ Bayer”, Germany, 23-25 March 2017

Apply now for the workshop for young scientists - deadline 15 January 2017.

Take care of your lungs – also after the menopause, says Vivi Schlünssen from AU.

2016.12.11 | Research

Menopause can weaken the lungs

The lung functioning of women is weakened more quickly after the menopause, and this can lead to greater difficulty in breathing. This is shown by a new European study which draws on data from The Department of Public Health at Aarhus University, among other sources.

The 2017-2020 budget reflects the university's priority to ensure more funds for the faculties by reducing expenses for administration, operations and other costs in the central administration. Photo: Colourbox.

2016.12.12 | Policy and strategy

Healthy finances despite challenges

The Aarhus University budget for the period 2017-2020 is balanced, despite decreasing funding for education and research. A small budget surplus in 2016 will enable the university to maintain its strategic goals.

Aarhus University’s goal is a close partnership with the new national university library, which will centralise library services competencies. Photo: Maria Randima, Aarhus University.

2016.12.12 | Policy and strategy

Aarhus University is planning to transfer its library services to the new national library

Aarhus University will work to transfer its libraries to the Royal Library, a new national library. The transfer will improve library services to the benefit of the university.

We have to do more to adapt to the changed demands that will be made on us, and not least on our graduates, by the labour market of the future,” says Berit Eika, pro-rector for education.

2016.12.09 | Administrative

AU project to build bridges between education and careers

In future, more university graduates must pursue careers in the private sector. AU is launching a new project, Karrierklar (‘career-ready’) aimed at making university education even more relevant to the labour market.

Niels Jessen researcher at AU.

2016.12.15 | People news

Precision medicine researcher receives professorship at Aarhus University.

Niels Jessen, consultant, researcher and newly appointed professor, is among the international elite in the field of clinical pharmacology.

The new course, which develops the participants' teaching competences, is taken in Blackboard.

2016.12.14 | Education

New learning for lecturers

With a new e-learning course, lecturers at Health can develop their educational and didactic competences. It will be up to the departments to assess who to offer the course to.

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