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The particle accelerator is now in place at Skejby. Photo: Michael Harder, AUH

2017.06.15 | Events

Particle accelerator in place at Skejby

A 71-ton particle accelerator has been lifted into the new buildings in the coming National Centre for Particle Therapy at Skejby. From 2018, the national centre will provide highly specialised radiation therapy for cancer patients throughout Denmark.

2017.06.12 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Signe Maria Nielsen

Achromobacter biofilms in cystic fibrosis

2017.06.12 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Morten Nørgaard Andersen

Tumor-associated Macrophages in Multiple Myeloma: Novel Targets for Tailored Therapy

2017.06.12 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Anne Nakano

Incident heart failure: Studies on a nationwide quality improvement initiative

2017.06.12 | People news

Michael Bertelsen defends his Master-thesis and is granted the title: Master of Health Science

Michael defended his project titled: "The start-to-run distance and running-related injury among obese novice runners", and will continue to work full-time on his PhD.

The study shows that ten-year-survivors have an increased mortality of between 60 and 80 per cent when compared with the general population. This may be due to the fact that the disease is progressive and that the atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries increases, or that the implanted material begins to fail, Kasper Adelborg explains.

2017.06.09 | Research

Many good years after heart bypass surgery – but something happens after ten years

The probability of continuing your life following bypass surgery is close to being the same as for the population in general – once the patient has completed the procedure itself. But a register study from the Department of Clinical Epidemiology at Aarhus University shows that mortality increases after 8-10 years.

10 research networks have received DKK 3.3 million from the university. Photo: Jesper Rais

2017.06.09 | Grants and awards

Support for interdisciplinary networks

10 research networks have received DKK 3.3 million from the university. The funds will encourage inter-faculty research networks at Aarhus University.

2017.06.08 | Grants and awards

Grants for research year project on breast cancer

Research year student at DCE Hanne Vangsgaard Nielsen has received DKK 75,000 from The Aase and Ejnar Danielsen Foundation for her project on the effect of proton pump inhibitors on breast cancer recurrence in women diagnosed with breast cancer. In addition, she has received a grant of DKK 15,000 from the Merchant Georg Bjørkner and Wife Ellen…

The good ship Aurora is the setting for AU's events at Denmark's Political Festival on Bornholm. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2017.06.15 | Events

Health at Denmark's Political Festival: A debate on health data and a pep talk about epidemics

Should researchers have unhindered access to health data? How can we contain fatal epidemics using research? These are the titles of Health's events at Denmark's Political Festival on Bornholm.

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2017.06.07 | Research

Do general medical practitioners examine injured runners?

A descriptive study led by Solvej Videbæk reveals running injuries to have an impact on the primary health-care system in Denmark.

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