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2019.11.28 | PhD defense

PhD defence

Diana Hedevang Christensen

alpha-syn oligomere

2019.11.28 | Grants and awards

Funding from the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Disease Research

DANDRITE Core Group Leader Poul Henning Jensen and his research group have received a 100000 $ grant from the Michael J Fox Foundation

2019.11.28 | Research

International Diabetic Neuropathy Consortium

IDNC Annual Report 2018 – 2019

The new simulation clinic will also be used for further education and training of the dental team as well as many other professionals. Photo: Lars Kruse.

2019.11.28 | Education

New simulation clinic with 21 phantom manikins and 3D printed sets of teeth

Is this a dream or am I awake? That is the question many people will probably ask themselves when they step into the new simulation clinic at the Department of Dentistry and Oral Health. Here, the future is not just around the corner. It has already arrived.

Photo: iStock

2019.11.28 | Administrative

New studies administration systems – stay up-to-date

A new communication platform called ‘Den digitale studierejse på AU’ (The digital academic journey at AU) will help you get an overview of the digital changes in the studies administration area.

As far as possible, we need to think about what will create cohesion and meaning for the students, says Kristian Thorn. Photo: Lars Kruse

2019.11.27 | Administrative

We have to put students’ needs first

AU will be replacing a number of central studies administration systems within a the next few years, which provides an opportunity to put students’ needs first and strengthen the digital foundation for teaching activities and exams. These are the top priorities, according to Deputy Director Kristian Thorn, head of AU Student Administration and…

2019.11.28 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Tea Lund Laursen

Liver-related effects of chronic hepatitis C antiviral treatment.

Niels Tørring is a newly qualified Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc) at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. Photo: Private.

2019.11.28 | People news

New Doctor of Medical Science: Early blood tests can reveal Down’s syndrome

Niels Tørring is a biochemist and newly qualified Doctor of Medical Science (DMSc) at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. In his higher doctoral dissertation, he investigated whether blood samples taken earlier in the pregnancy can make a difference with regard to detecting Down's syndrome in the foetus. The conclusion is unambiguous.

2019.11.27 | Event

Lead the Future - event at AU with talks by inspiring women with careers in Denmark

Join us at Aarhus University, where 4 talented female leaders will tell their personal stories about being a woman in a leadership position. The role models will talk about their choice of education, their career path, the choice to become a leader and what their dreams and ambitions are for the future. The women can give you inspiration for where…

The instigators behind a new research project involves young people in the process of studying how research communication via new platforms can affect the health and technology use of young people. Photo: Ulrik Bak Kirk/The Research Unit for General Practice.

2019.11.27 | Grants and awards

Grant: How can research communication create value in young people’s lives?

Researchers from Aarhus University – together with the Academy for Talented Youth|Midt, the Steno Museum and The Animation Workshop/VIA University College in Viborg – receive just over DKK five million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation. Together, they will study how new platforms can be used for research communication about health and the use of…

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