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2017.03.07 | Grants and awards

DKK 870,000 for project on stress and dermatological diseases

Researchers from Department of Clinical Epidemiology and colleagues from Department of Non-Communicable Disease Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine have received a total of DKK 870,000 for the project “Loss of partner as a measure of severe stress and the risk of psoriasis and other dermatological diseases”. The European…

2017.03.06 | Research

New publication online

It is with great pleasure to announce that together with our Australian collaborators, Adam Hulme and Caroline Finch, RUNSAFE is presenting a new distance running injury systems-based model.

2017.03.06 | Administrative

Newsletter 71, March 2017

Dear All Please find latest news from the department.

2017.03.06 | PhD defense

PHD defence: Signe Væth

Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease- genetic and epidemiological aspects

2017.03.06 | PhD defense


Structural studies of membrane-related protein complexes in neuronal development

2017.03.07 | Public/Media

Irish Cinema - Movie night

Part of the CISA Spring Seminar series

2017.03.03 | Research

The zebrafish is an important animal model

Humans and zebrafish have more in common than you would think. Therefore, zebrafish are used more and more, for example, to study the function of genes, to create animal models for human diseases and to develop new human drugs.

Anders Abildgaard

2017.03.02 | Events

PhD defence

Wednesday 22 March 2017, Anders Abildgaard, TNU, will defend his PhD dissertation "Preclinical Studies on Metabolic Stress and Probiotic Treatment in Major Depressive Disorder"

[Translate to English:] PhD student Hanne Mainz. Privat photo.

2017.03.02 | PhD defense


Organizational factors associated with nurses’ perception of healthcare quality and nurse staffing adequacy

Professor, MD, DMSC Poul Henning Jensen. Photo: AU Photo.

2017.03.09 | People news

New AU research has the perspective to stop Parkinson's disease

The Lundbeck Foundation is giving DKK 10 million to a new research project at Aarhus University which will study critical calcium changes in the nerve cells that are expected to occur patients with Parkinson's disease.

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