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Professor Klemens Kappel will talk about the manifestly very human inclination to focus on the information that confirms our political or ideological identity, rather than having faith in science, and how this scepticism is a challenge for researchers and science.

2018.05.03 | Academic staff

Why does science give rise to antipathy?

The academic council at Health invites you to a presentation by Professor Klemens Kappel from the University of Copenhagen on knowledge scepticism. The event will take place on 17 May and everyone is welcome.

iPSYCH consists of the following people from top left: Professor Ole Mors, AU and AUH; Director of iPSYCH Kristjar Skajaa; Head of Section David M. Hougaard, Statens Serum Institut; Professor Thomas Werge, Mental Health Centre, Capital Region of Denmark; Professor Anders Børglum, AU; Professor Preben Bo Mortensen, AU; and Professor Merete Nordentoft, Mental Health Centre, Capital Region of Denmark.

2018.04.30 | People news

Record-breaking grant: iPSYCH is a beacon of research in the field of psychiatry

The iPSYCH research project has received a third grant of DKK 120 million from the Lundbeck Foundation. The grant means the project remains the largest in the world within the field of psychiatric research.

Photo: Melissa Bach Yildirim

2018.05.02 | Events

Strengthen your network with new interdisciplinary meetings at AIAS

A series of new interdisciplinary afternoon events have been scheduled in order to help researchers enlarge their networks and encourage debate on the academic culture across academic fields. All are welcome!

2018.04.30 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Ditte Juel Adolfsen Løhmann

Severe Toxicity during Chemotherapy Treatment for Pediatric Acute Myeloid Leukemia

2018.04.30 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Mai-Britt Worm Ørntoft

The development of blood-based tests for colorectal cancer screening: How far are liquid biopsy biomarkers from clinical implementation?

2018.05.01 | Research

Internationalisation improves health research and education

When Aarhus University encourages medical students to take an international semester, we’re not doing it to satisfy privileged students’ wanderlust. The latest medical knowledge is developed in international relations. Health at Aarhus University therefore focuses on internationalisation – from degree programme to research and from student to…

2018.04.28 | Research

The CaP group presented important research at the Ca-PRI 2018 conference

Eight CaP researchers went to Groningen in Holland in April 2018 to elaborate on the latest research results. Linda Aagaard Rasmussen won the award for best oral presentation.

Center Leader Professor Anders Nykjær. Credits: Ida Jensen, AU Photo.
Dean of Health Faculty Lars Bo Nielsen. Credits: Ida Jensen, AU Photo.
DNRF board member Professor Eero Vuorio. Credits: Ida Jensen, AU Photo.
Reception after the Inauguration. Credits: Ida Jensen, AU Photo.
DNRF Board Member Eero Vuorio with representatives from The Lundbeck Foundation and the Dean of Health Faculty, AU. Credits: Ida Jensen, AU Photo.
The keynote speakers of the Minisymposium on Memory. From the left: Prof Sumantra Chattarji and Prof Clive R. Bramham with Center Leader Anders Nykjær.

2018.04.27 | Events

PROMEMO is now officially open

The Inauguration of Center of Proteins in Memory, PROMEMO, took place on 4 April 2018.

2018.04.26 | Administrative

Newsletter 84 from April 2018

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2018.04.26 | Course

Good Grantmanship and the Danish Funding Landscape

The purpose of the workshop is to give the participants an intensive introduction to the component parts of the grant proposal, how they fit together, and how writers can ensure that each part supports the overall argument and which techniques to use when writing your proposal.

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