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PhD-student Esben Axelgaard. Photo: Private photo.

2017.06.22 | PhD defense

PhD-defence: Esben Axelgaard

Mannan-binding lectin in diabetes-mediated vascular complications.

Photo: Kim Kejlberg

2017.06.21 | Research

The Brain Collection on the agenda

When the Regional Council of Central Denmark Region meet today, they will decide on the future of the more than 9,000 brains at TNU, Aarhus University Hospital Risskov.

Lars Bo Nielsen hosted Health's panel debate at Denmark's Political Festival.

2017.06.29 | Events

Health debated health data at Denmark's Political Festival

Watch and listen to Dean Lars Bo Nielsen talk about Health's debate on health data at Denmark's Political Festival on Bornholm.

Treatment with Defigard 5000 gives patients short, intermittent shocks instead of the longer shock given by the standard equipment. The effect of the new equipment is worse than first assumed. Photo: Helle Brandstrup Larsen.

2017.06.30 | Research

Young junior researcher ensures effective treatment of patients with atrial fibrillation

PhD student Anders Sjørslev Schmidt from Aarhus University and Randers Regional Hospital is the first person to show that there is a difference in how well new equipment treats atrial fibrillation. His results can help to ensure effective treatment for patients with atrial fibrillation.

Professor, DMSc, PhD Sune Nørhøj Jespersen.

2017.06.26 | People news

New professor focuses on brain cells

Sune Nørhøj Jespersen is a new professor of neurophysics at Aarhus University. With his multidisciplinary combination of neuroscience and physics, he hopes to develop technology that can diagnose brain diseases both earlier and more precisely.

Medical Doctor Mads Dam Lyhne. Photo: Private photo.

2017.06.29 | Grants and awards

Research into lung thrombosis receives support from the Laerdal Foundation

Medical Doctor and coming PhD student Mads Dam Lyhne from the Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University receives NOK 250,000 towards research into thrombosis of the lungs.

PhD student Mette Marie Fode

2017.06.16 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Mette Marie Fode

Optimization of stereotactic body radiation therapy for metastases

2017.06.15 | PhD defense

PhD-defence: Dinesh Neupane

Community-based management of hypertension in Nepal

2017.06.15 | Research

A new study from Brund, Rasmussen, Nielsen and colleages has been published

In the article, the authors explores the association between hip strength and hip and knee movement in male runners.

2017.06.14 | Events

This year’s summer school is on

This week, Department of Clinical Epidemiology is hosting its fourth annual pharmacoepidemiology summer school in Grenaa, Denmark with 30 participants from Denmark, Sweden, United Kingdom, Peru, Finland, Spain, and Belgium. The week-long course titled Assessing risks and benefits of treatments: methodological issues is a collection of advanced…

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