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2018.10.16 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Anders Mark Christensen

Epidemiological studies on long-term outcome following ileal pouch-anal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis

2018.10.15 | Research

Diagnoses and time to recovery

New RUNSAFE-based publication in PLOS One

Lars W. Andersen from Aarhus University has just defended his higher doctoral dissertation on cardiac arrest in hospital.

2018.10.18 | People news

Cardiologist receives the higher doctoral degree in medicine at Aarhus University

Lars W. Andersen from Aarhus University has just defended his higher doctoral dissertation on cardiac arrest in hospital.

Professor, Department Chair Toke Bek, Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. Photo: AU Foto.

2018.10.17 | People news

AU professor receives award for his research into eye diseases

Professor, Department Chair Toke Bek from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received an award for his research into eye diseases (ophthalmology).

"The ERC programme was the specific reason why we put together the mentor corps at Health, but it’s certainly our intention for the scheme to benefit others and not ‘only’ ERC applicants," says Ole Steen Nielsen. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU

2018.10.18 | Research

Junior researchers get help with demanding applications

Talented junior researchers who apply for large external grants from e.g. ERC and the Innovation Fund Denmark, will in future be matched with an experienced associate professor or professor from Health's new mentor corps. The faculty management team has decided to utilise mentors to help provide the projects with research quality and stature.

2018.10.18 | Research

Painkillers during pregnancy can bring forward puberty in girls

The more weeks a women takes pain-reliving medication during pregnancy, the earlier their daughters enter puberty. This is shown by a new study from Aarhus University.

Vice-dean for Research, Ole Steen Nielsen, together with Jens Christian Skou's widow Ellen-Margrethe Skou, presents the faculty's talent award to Maiken Stilling at an event in the AIAS building. Photo: Melissa Yildirim/AU.

2018.10.11 | Grants and awards

VIDEO: Meet Maiken Stilling – this year's Skou Award winner

Associate Professor, Medical Specialist and PhD Maiken Stilling from the Department of Clinical Medicine today – 11 October 2018 – receives the Jens Christian Skou Award. But who is she, the faculty's promising research talent? Get an idea of who she is in the video and mini portrait below..

Maiken Stilling receives the Jens Christian Skou Award 2018. The award includes DKK 100,000 earmarked for her research into unstable or arthritic joints. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2018.10.11 | Grants and awards

Clinician with unique research talent receives the Skou Award 2018

Associate Professor, Medical Specialist and PhD Maiken Stilling from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is one of a kind. She is an internationally recognised elite researcher, she manages a focused and ambitious clinical career on a full-time basis, and today she receives Health's most important award which honours Nobel Prize…

2018.10.11 | Event

Inaugural lecture: Henning Grønbæk og Giulio Marchesini

Kupffer cells in liver disease and NAFLD: from bench to web

2018.10.11 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Line Meinertz Hybel Schack

Radiogenomic Studies in Prostate, Breast and Head- and Neck Cancer Patients

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