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2016.06.15 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Christina Daugaard Lyngholm

Long-term failure pattern, survival, and cosmetic outcome following breast conserving therapy

2016.06.15 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Anne Grethe Schioldan

Metabolic effects of arabinoxylan and resistant starch in subjects with metabolic syndrome

Uffe Nygaard

2016.06.15 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Uffe Harboe Nygaard

Novel cytokines as serological biomarkers and inducers of skin barrier dysfunction in atopic dermatitis

2016.06.14 | Administrative

Tour of the Skou Building

Fifteen employees had an exciting afternoon Friday, June 10, where they got to see the new Skou Building both inside and from above. Seats for the first tour for employees to the Skou Building was snapped up in under 30 minutes, and because of the great interest more opportunities to see the building is planned.

Erik Parner has been appointed professor at the Department of Public Health, Aarhus University

2016.06.23 | People news

Aarhus University gets a new professor of biostatistics

The Department of Public Health at Aarhus University has just appointed Erik Parner as professor. He conducts research into the development and use of statistical methods for the analysis of health data.

There are 200,000 - 300,000 sufferers of ALS worldwide. There is no known cure for the disease.

2016.06.23 | Grants and awards

Biomedicine researchers’ company receives DKK 20 million for muscular research

Three Danish foundations are investing millions of Danish kroner in the biotech company NMD Pharma, which was founded by Ole Bækgaard Nielsen, Thomas Holm Pedersen and Claus Olesen from the Department of Biomedicine. The goal is to develop medicine that can treat incurable neuromuscular diseases. The grant will also benefit the department.

[Translate to English:] 8 talentfulde AU-forskere kan se frem til bevilllinger fra Det Frie Forskningsråd. Foto: Anders Trærup

2016.06.14 | All groups

Eight AU researchers receive Sapere Aude millions

Engineering quantum materials, forms of mental illness representation in contemporary literature, and Europe’s geo-cultural heritage. These are some of the AU research projects which will be part of the Danish Council for Independent Research’s Sapere Aude programme, which resulted in more than DKK 42 million for eight AU researchers on Monday 13…

2016.06.10 | Administrative

The university director's blog: AU has a single, coherent administration

That was the theme of the after-work meeting university director Arnold Boon held last Wednesday for managers in the administration and the administrative managers from the faculties. The goal of the meeting was to strengthen the relationship between the administrative units, the faculties and the departments/schools.

Ole Köhler, MD, PhD student at Psychosis Research Unit, Aarhus University Hospital, Risskov

2016.06.10 | Research

The effect of concomitant treatment with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and statins: A population-based study

Small clinical trials have indicated that statins improve antidepressant treatment effects. We performed a register-based study including 872,216 individuals who initiated treatment with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Individuals using SSRIs+statins were associated with a lower risk for hospitalization with depression, as…

Michael Eriksen Benrós, Senior Researcher, MD, PhD, Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, Copenhagen University Hospital

2016.06.10 | Research

The influence of polygenic risk scores on the association between infections and schizophrenia

Several studies have suggested an important role of infections in the etiology of schizophrenia; however, shared genetic liability towards infections and schizophrenia could influence the association. We therefore investigated the possible effect of polygenic risk scores (PRS) for schizophrenia on the association between infections and the risk of…

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