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2017.10.10 | Conference

HighTech Human Touch

Robots and technology can’t stand alone. The future calls for creativity and thoughtfulness

The medical students will continue to comprise eighty per cent admitted via quota 1 and twenty per cent admitted via quota 2.

2017.10.17 | Education

Health maintains high proportion of quota 2 admissions to medicine

The faculty management team at Health wishes to maintain a high proportion of quota 2 admissions (twenty per cent) to the medical degree programme. However, the admission interviews will no longer be part of the testing, as the value of the interviews is questionable and not commensurate with the costs.

Jens Otto Lunde Jørgensen received EUR 210,000 and the Grant for Growth Innovation award for his research into the pituitary gland’s growth hormone. Photo: The Novo Nordisk Foundation.

2017.10.19 | Grants and awards

Award and grant for research into the pituitary gland’s growth hormone

Professor Jens Otto Lunde Jørgensen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital receives the Grant for Growth Innovation award and EUR 210,000 for his research into pituitary disorders and growth hormone.

"We believe that many Danes receive proton pump inhibitors solely because of discomfort in the stomach, bile and/or heartburn.", says Peter Jepsen.

2017.10.16 | Research

Peptic ulcer medication can advance liver disease

Be careful with proton pump inhibitors, warns Peter Jepsen, medical specialist in liver diseases and senior researcher at Aarhus University. A newly published study shows that the altered acidic balance in the stomach can create an intestinal flora that advances liver damage.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2017.10.10 | Research

It’s election time at AU!

On 13 to 16 November 2017, academic staff and students at AU will elect representatives to the university's numerous councils, boards and committees.

Photo: Lars Kruse

2017.10.10 | Policy and strategy

University elections - your vote counts

On 13 to 16 November 2017, students and academic staff at AU will elect representatives to the university's numerous councils, boards and committees. If you are interested in standing for election, now is the time to get involved. You can also make a difference by voting for the candidate who you think is best qualified to have an influence on…

Photo: Marie Louise Tørring

2017.10.09 | Research

New study shows coherence between waiting time and survival of cancer patients

It may seem logical that waiting time in cancer treatment is related to the patient's ability to survive the disease. However, studies have previously shown that there is no correlation. A new study from CaP now concludes that waiting times in cancer treatments worsen the prognosis.

2017.10.09 | Symposium

3rd Aarhus Immunotherapy Symposium

Translational Cancer Immunotherapy – New Biomarkers, Targets and combinations

2017.10.09 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Trine Salomón

Aspects of Metabolism by an LC-MS/MS-based Approach

2017.10.05 | Meeting

3rd Aarhus Immunotherapy Symposium (AIS3)

Translational Cancer Immunotherapy – New Biomarkers, Targets and Combinations

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