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2019.06.18 | People news

Welcoming new RUNSAFE´ers

We are pleased to present our new assistants in RUNSAFE projects, Julie R. Madsen and Nina S. Simonsen.

With grants from the Danish Diabetes Academy, four young researchers are given the opportunity to contribute to diabetes research at Health in the coming years. Photo: Private.

2019.06.18 | Research

Funding for junior Health researchers strengthens diabetes research

Four talented junior researchers have received grants from the Danish Diabetes Academy that enable them to complete either their PhD or postdoc programme at Health. This is good news for diabetes research both nationally and internationally, as the junior researchers collaborate with colleagues from elite universities.

2019.06.18 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Caroline Marie Andreasen

Chronic Non-bacterial Osteomyelitis in Children and Adults - Effects of Pamidronate Treatment.

One out of five children in Denmark weigh too much and problems with weight often continue in adult life. Seventy per cent of the overweight children are also overweight as adults, among other things because they never get rid of the unhealthy habits that they formed in childhood.

2019.06.20 | Research

Overweight children have a greater risk of blood clots later in life

The risk of suffering a blood clot in the legs or lungs as an adult is higher for people who were overweight as a child. But the good news is that losing weight before becoming a teenager reduces the risk. This is shown by research from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital.

2019.06.18 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Maria Fasano

From pleasure to learning: The motivational power of music in children and adults.

2019.06.18 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Casper Schmidt

The roles of dopamine and serotonin in reward and addiction.

2019.06.18 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Fernando Exposto

Somatosensory characterisation and predictive mechanisms of tension-type headache.

Ditte Demontis is part of Denmark's largest psychiatry project, iPSYCH, whose purpose is to find the causes and improve the treatment of mental disorders.

2019.06.18 | Research

Researchers link gene to cannabis abuse

New research from the national psychiatric project, iPSYCH, shows that a specific gene is associated with an increased risk of cannabis abuse. The gene is the source of a so-called nicotine receptor in the brain, and people with low amounts of this receptor have an increased risk of cannabis abuse.

2019.06.17 | Seminar


"Water channels in normal and pathological brain", Jerome Badaut, PhD, Research Director, CNRS, INCIA (UMR 5287), University of Bordeaux (France)

2019.06.13 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Marie-Louise Ladegaard Baun

Earlier detection of ovarian cancer in general practice.

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