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2019.04.03 | People news

New student assistant at NeuroCampus Aarhus

Please welcome Frederikke Bessermann Hansen who started as a student assistant at NeuroCampus Aarhus per 1 March 2019. Financed by the Department of Biomedicine, she will be assisting with the administration of NeuroCampus Aarhus for one or two days a week. She is a Danish student studying a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Management…

The mortality rate among women above the age of 65 is 25-30 per cent higher than previously thought.

2019.03.28 | Research

Older women have the highest risk of dying from cervical cancer

New research from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital shows that women aged 65 and older have a higher risk of dying from cervical cancer than previously thought – although this age group is not covered by the Danish screening programme.

Edith Nielsen from the Department of Clinical Medicine is the medical students' favourite lecturer. Photo: AUH, Department of Radiology.

2019.04.02 | Education

Edith Nielsen is Lecturer of the Year at Medicine

A vivid communicator, someone who is really good at making difficult material comprehensible, and she has a good sense of humour. These are just some of the comments that the medical students have used to describe clinical associate professor and head of degree programme Edith Nielsen—the new ‘Lecturer of the Year’ at medicine.

Take the test in Health’s stress folder and get an indication of whether you have stress symptoms. Photo: Health Communication.

2019.04.02 | Administrative

Suffering from stress?

If you or one of your colleagues show signs of stress, it is important that you take action. Contact your immediate supervisor or find plenty of good advice about preventing and dealing with stress in Health’s stress folder.

[Translate to English:] Arkivfoto: Lars Kruse

2019.04.09 | Research

Villum Foundation to donate DKK 185 mill. to research at Aarhus University

Five professors in computer science, chemistry and physics have been selected as Villum Investigators, and each will receive between DKK 30 and 40 mill. (EUR 4 - 5.4 mill.) for their research over the next six years.

The study is entitled 'The Danish High Risk and Resilience Study’ and this first study is called The VIA 7 study because the 522 children were seven years old when they were first examined

2019.04.02 | Research

Children born to parents with mental disorders face their own psychological challenges

Already when they begin school, children born to parents who have at some point been diagnosed with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder have more psychological difficulties than their peers. This is shown by research results from ‘The Danish High Risk and Resilience Study VIA 7, iPSYCH. This new knowledge provides the possibility of developing…

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