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2017.10.12 | Events

World Congress on Pain 2018 Boston

The 17th World Congress on Pain will take place in Boston 12-16 September 2018

Associate Professor and PhD Simon Glerup from the Department of Biomedicine receives the faculty's talent prize. Photo: Melissa Yildirim/AU.

2017.10.16 | Grants and awards

Curious and nerdy talent receives prestigious faculty prize

On Wednesday 11 October 2017, Associate Professor and PhD Simon Glerup from the Department of Biomedicine received the faculty's talent prize named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. The prize winner describes himself as a curious nerd who is looking for 'gold' in his research.

Photo: Anders Trærup

2017.11.02 | Education

One shared system for Blackboard users

CampusNet, Firstclass, AULA... The jungle of e-learning systems is now a thing of the past. AU has reached its goal of a single shared system to all students.

2017.10.11 | Research

Annual Report 2016-2017

The second annual report of the IDNC is now available

Bent Deleuran was invited to Amalienborg Palace to receive the Queen Ingrid Research Prize 2017. Photo: Kim Dahl Møller/The Danish Rheumatism Association.

2017.10.13 | Grants and awards

Royal award given to autoimmune arthritis researcher

The Queen Ingrid Research Prize 2017 goes to Professor, DMSc Bent Deleuran from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital for his long-standing research into autoimmune arthritis. Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II presented the award at Amalienborg Palace in connection with World Arthritis Day 2017.

The Young Investigator Award will be awarded on 20 October 2017 at the society’s annual conference in Berlin as a personal prize of honour of EUR 1,000.

2017.10.19 | People news

Young genetics researcher receives international award

Rasmus O. Bak from the Department of Biomedicine and the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies at Aarhus University is receiving the Young Investigator Award 2017, which is awarded by the European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy.

2017.10.11 | Grants and awards

EXTRAORDINARY RESEARCH TALENT RECEIVES THE JENS CHRISTIAN SKOU AWARD 2017

Associate professor and PhD Simon Glerup from Aarhus University, Health today receives the faculty's talent award named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. In addition to the award itself, Simon Glerup will also receive DKK 100,000 towards research activities and the unofficial title of 'the faculty's brightest research talent'.

Psychiatry Research Day 2017

2017.10.11 | Research

12th Annual Psychiatry Research Day

The programme for the 12th Psychiatry Research Day is now available

Associate professor and PhD Simon Glerup is the Faculty's greatest research talent and recipient of the Jens Christian Skou award 2017. Photo: Lars Kruse / AU.

2017.10.11 | External target group

Extraordinary research talent receives the Jens Christian Skou award 2017

Associate professor and PhD Simon Glerup from Aarhus University, Health receives the faculty's talent award named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. In addition to the award itself, Simon Glerup will also receive DKK 100,000 towards research activities and the unofficial title of 'the faculty's brightest research talent'.

2017.10.10 | Conference

DIGHUMLAB Conference 2017

DIGHUMLAB invites to a one-day conference, where we will put the digital research within the humanities and social sciences into perspective through two keynote talks.

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