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2018.02.20 | Event

Genes Epigenome and Environment in Pathophysiology of Brain Ilness,

The study of pathophysiology of brain ilness, including neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders, has reached a high level of complexity, requiring coordination of basic, translational and clinical research. This aspect will be covered at the school by a number of speakers that are internationally recognized as leaders in their own field.

2018.02.20 | People news

Valentina Khalil is new Research Assistant in Nabavi Group

Valentina is new Research Assistant in Sadegh Nabavi's group from February 5th. She will investigate the neural circuits implicated in innate fear.

2018.02.20 | Conference

Conference on Datafication of Healthcare

The aim of this conference and seminar is to discuss the challenges and potentials of data collection and usage in healthcare. Improvement of quality and management of healthcare services informed by data has long been a vision for healthcare practitioners, administrators, decision makers, regulatory agencies and IT system providers.

2018.02.20 | Event

CFIN & MIB guest talk: Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting

Natalie Mrachacz-Kersting from the Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction, Aalborg University is visiting Aarhus and will give a CFIN & MIB guest talk on: "Online detection of movement related cortical potentials in ALS patients".

Listen to three young entrepreneurs tell about their first semester on the new Business and Innovations Honours Programme. Photo: Simon Fischel

2018.02.22 | Talent development

VIDEO: Young entrepreneurs excited about new honours programme

The second semester has just begun for the first class of students ever on the new Business and Innovation Honours Programme. Join three of the young entrepreneurs for a look back at their experiences so far.

The courses train researchers and PhD students in the art of communicating research to people who are not academics. Photo: Colourbox

2018.02.22 | Research

Communication courses: Last chance for registration

The deadline for registration is approaching for this spring’s four courses in research communication. These courses train researchers and PhD students in communicating health science research to other people than academics and specialists – orally, in writing, on mobile video and via the media. Please note that the courses are held in Danish.

It is now easy to navigate around everything Health has to offer when it comes to further and continuing education within the health sciences. Photo: Jann Zeiss.

2018.02.22 | Administrative

New FE portal gathers together what the faculty has to offer

A new shared web universe for further and continuing education (FE) at Health has just been launched. It brings together what Health has to the offer, so there is now a single point of access to the faculty’s further and continuing education courses.

2018.02.20 | Event

CFIN & MIB guest talk: Axel Thielscher

Axel Thielscher from the Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen is visiting Aarhus and will give a CFIN 6 MIB guest talk on: "Calculating and measuring the current flow during transcranial brain stimulation"

2018.02.20 | Event

CFIN & MIB guest talk: Rosie Kay

Rosie Kay, Artistic Director and Research Associate to the University of Oxford, visits MIB and gives talk on her research.

2018.02.20 | Event

CFIN & MIB guest talk: Gunter Kreutz

Prof. Dr. Gunter Kreutz from Universität Oldenburg visits MIB and gives talk called "Music for better lives? - Current prospects and challenges".

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