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“Health professionals normally focus on what the health of pregnant mothers means for their children, but in this study our focus goes the opposite way," says professor Vera Ehrenstein, Aarhus University.

2019.01.15 | Research

Mothers of children with birth defects have an increased risk of heart attacks

A major new study shows that in the years after giving birth to a child with serious birth defects, the child’s mother has an increased risk of suffering a blood clot in the heart and other forms of heart disease. A researcher from Aarhus University suggests a possible solution.

2019.01.13 | Grants and awards

Award to attend ENDO 2019

The Endocrine Society has granted DCE PhD student two awards in relation to the upcoming congress, ENDO 2019

2019.01.11 | Conference

Take Part seminar 2019

Transforming Cultural Institutions and their Users. Current Agendas in the Interdisciplinary Turn to Participation.

2019.01.10 | People news

Lone Fuglsang Pedersen is new Research Assistant in Nykjær Lab

Recently, it was discovered that that sortilin gene family members regulate synaptic transmission between excitatory neurons. Now, Lone and the group will look into excitatory synaptic transmission between excitatory and inhibitory neurons using electrophysiological patch-clamp technique.

Jeppe Lange receives DKK two million towards his research into infections following orthopaedic surgery. Photo: Horsens Regional Hospital.

2019.01.11 | Grants and awards

Research into skin bacteria strengthened by grant

Associate professor, Research Coordinator and Consultant Jeppe Lange from Aarhus University and Horsens Regional Hospital receives the Fabrikant Vilhelm Pedersen and Hustrus Scholarship of DKK two million towards his research into infections after orthopaedic surgery. He receives the grant following recommendation by the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

2019.01.10 | Event

Biomedicine seminar

Lecturer: Jelena Radulovic, Dunbar Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Professor, Pharmacology, and Physiology, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA. Title: "Processing Memories in the Extended Hippocampal Circuit"

2019.01.10 | Research

New publication by Marco Capogna in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

The paper explores the effects of ligands to metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGluRs) at synapses of the human cerebral cortex as potential novel drugs for neurological and psychiatric disorders.

2019.01.10 | Symposium

DANDRITE Mini Symposium

The DANDRITE Mini Symposium, which is open to everyone interested, consists of lectures by Gábor Tamás, Principal Investigator at University of Szeged - Andrew Huberman, Associate Professor at Stanford University - Rolf Apweiler, Director at The European Bioinformatics Institute and Sadegh Nabavi, Group Leader at DANDRITE/Aarhus University.

Bente Vilsen believes that we in the future will find many more children with the disease, and she points out that this is an example of why international research cooperation is absolutely necessary. Photo: AU.

2019.01.10 | Research

Aarhus researchers map previously unknown disease in children

Professor Bente Vilsen from Aarhus University and her research group have mapped out a newly discovered serious disease which causes children to suffer epileptic seizures, loss of magnesium in urine and reduced intelligence. Once again, Jens Chr. Skou’s sodium-potassium pump demonstrates its amazing value in relation to the understanding of…

2019.01.09 | Seminar

Biomedicine Seminar

Lecturer: Jelena Radulovic, Dunbar Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Professor, Pharmacology, and Physiology, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA. Title:"Processing Memories in the Extended Hippocampal Circuit".

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