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2019.11.14 | Research

New publication from Mark Denham's group in the Journal Stem Cell Research

The article is entitled: "Generation of eight human induced pluripotent stem cell lines from Parkinson's disease patients carrying familial mutations". Find the article via this link.

Health has many female researchers, but it is hard for them to attract research funding. Ideas about ways in which this imbalance can be offset will be discussed at a seminar on 27 November. Archive photo: Søren Kjeldgaard.

2019.11.14 | Events

Do female researchers deserve more funding?

Something stronger than provocative headlines is required to tip the imbalance in the distribution of funding between female and male researchers. You can take part in the discussion of challenges and solutions at the ‘Research funding – Equal opportunities?’ seminar on 27 November.

2019.11.13 | PhD defense

Invitation to Junior Lopez PhD defense: 'How recent experiences affect neural activity and decision-making'

Junior Samuel López-Yépez will defend his PhD thesis entitled 'Decisions and their neural representations in habitats with relative diminishing returns'. During his studies, Junior researched how past choices and past water rewards affect the decisions of mice, and how this is represented in neural activity. There will be a small reception in the…

The platform is expected to be ready for implementation in the spring of 2021, so that it will become fully operational as of the autumn semester in 2021.

2019.11.13 | Administrative

Aarhus University to switch from Blackboard to Brightspace

Aarhus University is switching to a new common learning platform. This has now been confirmed following a statutory tendering procedure, after which the choice has fallen on Brightspace. Quality and user-friendliness were decisive factors – and existing course content can be transferred to the new platform.

2019.11.13 | Event

Visit by Brain Research Institute, Niigata University, Japan: Mini Symposium

The Brain Research Institute from Niigata University, Japan, will be visiting DANDRITE on 25 November. On that occasion a mini symposium will be held, where several of the DANDRITE Group leaders will be presenting their research, along with our Japanese visitors.

2019.11.13 | Grants and awards

Congratulations to Mark Denham who has received a grant for 100,000 DKK

Mark Denham has received a 100,000 DKK grant from the Danish Parkinson's foundation (Parkinsonforeningen) for the project titled: Identifying Genetic Risk Variants For Parkinson’s Disease.

2019.11.13 | Course

Graduate Course: Understanding Neuroscience 2019

“Understanding Neuroscience” is a graduate course that addresses multidisciplinary cellular and system neuroscience, tackling mechanisms of network operations in behaviourally- and clinically-important brain systems, such as the hippocampus, amygdala and motor areas. One major topic is to explain how specific neuron types contribute to brain…

2019.11.13 | Deadline

Deadline for application DSfN-Lundbeckfonden Scholarstipends in Neuroscience

Deadline for application for DSfN-Lundbeckfonden Scholarstipends in Neuroscience

Photo: Colourbox

2019.11.13 | Administrative

Limited IT during the weekend of 16 - 17 November

IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 16 - 17 November 2019.

2019.11.12 | Symposium

5th Aarhus Immunotherapy Symposium (AIS5)

New insights and unexplored opportunities of Immunotherapy

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