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2019.11.12 | 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.

Digitisation has impacted the healthcare system, and it is a development which the health science degree programmes must therefore respond to. Photo: Lars Kruse, Aarhus University.

2019.11.12 | Education

Get a look into the future of Health’s study programmes

Big data, algorithms and artificial intelligence have already begun to provide new opportunities in the healthcare system, and all study programmes will soon need to be in position to prepare the students for this brave new world. At Health's Education Fair on 13 December, experts from outside the faculty will give us an insight into the…

2019.11.12 | People news

Noemi Mermet-Joret is prolonged as postdoctoral fellow in Sadegh Nabavi group

Noemi Mermet-Joret continues as postdoc in Group Leader Sadegh Nabavi's group per 29 October 2019 until end October 2021. Noemi is working with amygdala circuitry processing relating to innate and learned fear behaviors. The project aims to decorticate the amygdala circuitry processing both innate and learned fear behaviors.

The chairmanship of the PhD Day’s organisation committee talks about the choice of this year's theme 'Innovate and Initiate - From Academia to Business'.

2019.11.12 | Events

VIDEO: Theme of the PhD Day 2020 revealed

The focus at Health’s annual PhD Day next January will be innovation and business collaboration in research. Hear why the organisation committee has chosen this particular theme and see who will be guesting the PhD Day as keynote speakers.

2019.11.12 | People news

Welcome to Allice Lind who is new Bachelor student in Yonehara group

In relation to her bachelor project she will, under supervision of Keisuke, perform experiments to examine the function of the Vax2 gene in the retina of neonatal mice.

There will slightly less clinical instruction, although on the other hand the students will benefit more from what there is. Photo: Lars Kruse, Aarhus University.

2019.11.12 | Education

Here is the new degree programme in medicine

New academic regulations for the Bachelor's and Master's degree programme in Medicine have now been approved. Better coherence between the courses, changes in clinical training and greater freedom of choice for the students are the most important changes. The new regulations will come into force for the autumn semester 2020.

Programme for the Psychiatry Research Day 2019

2019.11.12 | Events

Check the programme for the Psychiatry Research Day 5 December 2019

The programme for the 13 Psychiatry Research Day is now available.

2019.11.18 | Research

Remember to register your publications in PURE

2019 is coming to an end, and this means that you need to be aware of deadlines and practical information in connection with the reporting procedure for the university’s publications in PURE.

Professor Henrik Toft Sørensen (centre) receives the Erhoff Award and the DKK 250,000 that follows with it, while Associate Professor Lars Wiuff Andersen (left) receives the Erhoff Foundation's Talent Prize. Both awards were conferred by chair of the board Oluf Borbye Pedersen (right). Photo: Hans Barth

2019.11.11 | Grants and awards

Erhoff awards are a double triumph for researchers from Health

Two researchers from the Department of Clinical Medicine have received awards from the Erhoff Foundation this year. Professor, Department Chair Henrik Toft Sørensen from the Department of Clinical Epidemiology is being honoured with the Erhoff Award, while Associate Professor Lars Wiuff Andersen receives the Talent Prize.

Professor and PrConsultant Lene Hjerrild Iversen is this year's recipient of the Lippmann-prize.

2019.11.14 | Grants and awards

Award winner makes a difference for patients with colorectal cancer

Lene Hjerrild Iversen, professor and consultant at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, has been awarded the Lippmann Prize 2019. As a surgeon and cancer researcher, she receives the award in recognition of the difference she makes – in particular for patients with colorectal cancer.

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