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2017.06.29 | Administrative

Less cleaning during the summer period

Due to the holidays, HE Estates Facilities – Cleaning will operate with reduced staffing during July and August. This means that focus will be on cleaning toilets and kitchens and emptying rubbish.

2017.06.23 | Seminar

Collaboration Planning with Novo Nordisk

Collaboration planning is a skill set that can be learned. Join a workshop where you have an opportunity to interact with Industrial Post-docs from Novo Nordisk.

2017.06.23 | Event

Intrapreneur or Entrepreneur?

Join Science for Society's event and learn what is the difference between intrepreneur and entrepreneur and what kind of skills you as a researcher can obtain at Aarhus University.

Professor Mogens Johannsen.

2017.06.29 | Research

If it exists, we can measure it

At the Department of Forensic Medicine, the Bioanalytical Unit is a core facility that has specialised in delivering customised analyses of virtually anything – as long as it is something that was once alive.

The brains of the 9,479 psychiatric patients will be destroyed in 2018, unless a recognised research institute is prepared to take ownership of the collection

2017.06.29 | Research

The regional council is shutting down the collection of brains... possibly

The politicians of the Central Denmark Region’s regional council followed Aarhus University's recommendation not to keep the collection of brains from the Psychiatric Hospital. However, the region is open to the possibility of transferring the collection to a worthy recipient, if one turns up before the turn of the year.

Photo: Kim Kejlberg

2017.06.23 | Research

The Brain Collection may be destroyed

Before 1 January 2018, a new host must be found for the 9437 brains that compose the Brain Collection to prevent it from being destroyed.

The treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system can be optimised after researchers from Aarhus University have found a new correlation between a defective sodium-potassium pump and involuntary spasms, also called dystonia. Foto: Colourbox.

2017.06.29 | Research

New knowledge can improve treatment of movement disorders

The treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system can be optimised after researchers from Aarhus University have found a new correlation between a defective sodium-potassium pump and involuntary spasms, also called dystonia.

[Translate to English:] Foto: Colourbox.dk

2017.06.26 | Administrative

Using mobile phones abroad

AU’s mobile phones and iPads are not covered by the new EU “roam like at home” rules which ensure that the price is the same whether you use your mobile phone in Denmark or in other EU countries. For this reason, please continue to think twice before using your mobile phone abroad. Read more about this here and find out what you can do.

Annie Landau

2017.06.22 | Research

New article in JCBFM

Annie Landau, Gregers Wegener and others have just published "Elevated dopamine D1 receptor availability in striatum of Göttingen minipigs after electroconvulsive therapy" in Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism.

Anders Abildgaard

2017.06.22 | Research

New article in Psychoneuroendocrinology

Anders Abildgaard, Betina Elfving, Gregers Wegener and others have just published "Probiotic treatment reduces depressive-like behaviour in rats independently of diet" in Psychoneuroendocrinology

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