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2016.06.08 | PhD defense

PhD defense: Gro Egholm

Dual antiplatelet therapy after drug-eluting coronary stent implantation - a clinical challenge in the surgical setting

2016.06.08 | Conference

Psychiatry Research Day

11th Annual Psychiatry Research Day, November 3 2016

2016.06.08 | Meeting

IDNC Summer Meeting

The first IDNC annual meeting for IDNC staff and affiliated researchers takes place 20-21 June in Aarhus.

2016.06.08 | Conference

Conference: EUROMAR 2016

The EUROMAR conference presents cutting edge research within a broad range of applications in the field of magnetic resonance.

The new rules are important to know for both teaching staff and students.

2016.06.21 | Administrative

New rules for the study progress reform at Health – what do they mean for you?

The adjustment of the study progress reform comes into force on 1 September 2016. Find out what this will specifically mean for Health.

Caption: Employees' approach to teaching will now be surveyed. Photo: Jesper Rais, AU.

2016.06.21 | Education

New CESU survey will examine teaching at Health

More than 2,000 lecturers and other teaching staff are about to receive a questionnaire about their approach to teaching and their experience. The responses will form a research basis to support good teaching at Health and help CESU to target their efforts to improve teaching.

Søren Laurberg has been honored for his research career by becoming an honorary member of the American Society of Colon Rectal Surgeons.

2016.06.28 | People news

Major international honour for rectal cancer surgeon from Aarhus

Søren Laurberg from AU and AUH has become an honorary member of one of the world's largest gastrointestinal surgical associations, the American Society of Colon Rectal Surgeons. He receives the honour for his ground-breaking research and clinical efforts.

2016.06.03 | Research

New article in Neuroscience

TNU researchers Amanda Eskelund, Connie Sanchez , Betina Elfving, Gregers Wegener and others have just published the article "Female Flinders Sensitive Line rats show estrous cycle-independent depression-like behavior and altered tryptophan metabolism" in Neuroscience.

2016.06.03 | Research

The therapeutic antibody eculizumab caught in action

In collaboration with Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc., scientists from Aarhus University have used X-rays to understand how the therapeutic antibody eculizumab prevents our immune system from destroying red blood cells and damaging kidney tissue.

2016.06.03 | Research

New publications from TNU

Researchers from TNU have just published articles in Psychopharmacology, European Journal of Pharmacology and European Neuropsychopharmacology.

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