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The nasal filter which Peter Sinkjær Kenney has developed. Photo: Peter Sinkjær Kenney.

2017.06.01 | People news

Nasal filter inventor to be honoured by the Aarhus University Research Foundation

MD, PhD, Peter Sinkjær Kenney will receive a talent prize from the Aarhus University Research Foundation for developing a nasal filter that gives hay fever patients hope of a pollen season without constant sneezing.

2017.05.22 | Grants and awards

Grant from the Lundbeck Foundation

Research assistant Yongfu Yu from Department of Clinical Epidemiology has received a grant of DKK 400,000 from the Lundbeck Foundation for the project “Risk of cardiovascular diseases in children born to mothers with multimorbidity in chronic disease: Transgenerational transmission of ill-health in a Nordic cohort of 9.2 million mother-child…

PhD student Morten Møbjerg Callsen

2017.05.19 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Morten Møbjerg Callsen

Porcine Models of Human Cancers

2017.05.24 | Symposium

Minisymposium at child and adolescent psychiatric centre

Anxiety Disorders and OCD in Children and Adolescents

2017.05.19 | Research

New insight into the research on memory

Researchers from Denmark and England critically discuss the results of the research worldwide of the mechanisms underlying emotional learning and memories in the mammalian brain.

PhD student Katja Anna Hybel

2017.05.19 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Katja Anna Hybel

Executive Function in Childhood Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Associate Professor Kim Ryun Drasbek.

2017.06.01 | People news


A research project headed by associate professor at Aarhus University, Kim Ryun Drasbek, will study the beneficial effects of what is known as conditioning in patients with a blood clot (thrombosis) in the brain. The project has received a grant of DKK 202,500 from the Riisfort Foundation.

Photo: Colourbox.dk

2017.06.15 | Administrative

Next step towards single sign-on

It is now time to take the next step to ensure that AU staff will be able to access most systems with just one username in the future. As part of this project, PCs which are not connected to UNIAD and/or using Windows 10 will be transferred to UNIAD, and Windows 10 will be installed.

2017.05.18 | Research

23.05.2017: TNU Research Meeting

Simon Glerup: Building and rebuilding synapses in the CNS

2017.05.17 | Research

What is an important study result?

RUNSAFE and collaborators contribute with a thought-provoking discussion about minimal important difference in a BJSM-editorial.

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