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Last year, Dean Lars Bo Nielsen presented the faculty's talent prize, the Jens Christian Skou award, to Simon Glerup. Health's department heads now have until the summer holidays to nominate candidates for this year's award. Photo: Melissa Yildirim/AU.

2018.05.31 | Talent development

Who is this year's research talent?

Two years ago, Health established a new award targeting junior research talents. Trine Hyrup Mogensen was the first to receive the award named after Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou. Last year Simon Glerup received the award. Now it is time to nominate candidates for this year's award.

Assistant prof. Jennifer Lund teaching Pharmacoepidemiology and comparative effectiveness research with Prof. Til Stürmer

2018.06.11 | Events

Our 5th annual Pharmacoepidemiology Summer School has begun

We are excited to kick off our 5th annual pharmacoepidemiology summer school in Grenaa, Denmark today with 29 participants from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Finland, and France.

2018.06.11 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Steven Brantlov

Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) in Paediatrics – Clinical Aspects of BIA in Children with Nephrotic Syndrome and the Importance of Standardised Measurements

2018.06.08 | Grants and awards

Marco Capogna has been awarded DKK 3 mio. from the Lundbeckfonden & NIH BRAIN Initiative

The grant will support a research project on the role GABAergic neurons on sleep and memory.

2018.06.08 | People news

Frederikke Schmidt-Kallesøe is new student assistant in PROMEMO, NeuroCampus and DANDRITE

Frederikke started as a new student assistant per June 7th. Frederikke is studying Cognitive Science on her 4th semester at Aarhus University and is looking forward to assist you.

Health invites you to a political debate about medical cannabis on prescription.

2018.06.12 | Events

Medical cannabis and heartfelt stories; Health is ready for Denmark's Political Festival 2018

What carries most weight: Gripping anecdotes or evidence? Health invites you to a political debate about medical cannabis on prescription.

2018.06.14 | Administrative

New rules regarding sideline activities and volunteer work for researchers and PhD students

The Danish Parliament today agreed on new more flexible rules for sideline activities and volunteer work for international employees. The changes to the immigration law will take effect 10 June 2018.

Human First is a new healthcare collaboration between VIA University College, Central Denmark Region and Aarhus University.

2018.06.07 | Policy and strategy

New healthcare collaboration for 35,000 employees and 1.2 million citizens

Aarhus University, the Central Denmark Region and VIA University College are launching a new healthcare collaboration. The ambitious initiative – which goes under the title "Human First" – not only aims to optimise and coordinate research, education and treatment. Its goal is to make the region well-known for healthcare by putting people first.

2018.06.05 | Research

New study on interpretations of causal and non-causal associations

RUNSAFE proudly presents a new article published in Physical Therapy in Sport discussing “How (not) to interpret a non-causal association in sports injury research”.

2018.06.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Christina Demuth

Erlotinib resistance and ctDNA monitoring in non-small cell lung cancer

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