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Kristian Sandberg is new doctor of medical science in neuroscientific consciousness research at the Department of Clinical Medicine. Photo: Private.

2019.09.19 | People news

New Doctor of Medical Science carries out research into the origin of consciousness in the brain

Associate Professor and PhD Kristian Sandberg is a new Doctor of Medical Science in neuroscientific consciousness research at Aarhus University.

2019.09.18 | Event

The job behind the title: Scientific and medical communication

Three Aarhus University PhD alumni will present their insights and experiences working in the scientific publishing, scientific communication and in the medical writing industries.

2019.09.20 | Collaboration

Meeting between university senior management teams to define European alliance

The University of Belgrade has joined AU’s alliance of European universities. The management teams of the institutions are meeting this week to discuss the perspectives in the alliance, which has been given the name Circle U.

2019.09.17 | People news

Welcome to Petra Kompaniková - new ERASMUS intern in Nykjær Lab

Petra will be in Anders Nykjær's lab until 17 December. She studies molecular biology and genetics at Masaryk University in Czech Republic. Petra will be working on setting up new tools in fish and mice models in order to study the development of dopaminergic circuits.

The white buildings show existing permanent buildings, while the red shows planned new buildings. Visualisation of University City: AART Architects.

2019.09.17 | Administrative

What’s happening in the new University City

The work on AU’s physical development is progressing according to plan. The faculties and departments involved are in the process of identifying their needs and options in connection with the upcoming relocations. Here you can read about specific relocations and projects.

2019.09.17 | Meeting

Neuroscience Day 2020 - CANCELLED

CANCELLED! Neuroscience Day 2020 will take place on 5 May 2020 in the Lakeside Lecture Theatres. This year’s focus of the Neuroscience day is related to the crucial importance of adequate vascularization and flow in the CNS. Changes in perfusion – from molecular to macroscopic levels - results in a large number of diseases.

2019.09.17 | Symposium

Danish Single-cell Symposium and Workshop

BRIC and CBMR host a symposium focusing on every aspect of single cell omics ranging from sample processing to data analysis followed by a wet-lab workshop on 3 October 2019.

2019.09.17 | PhD defense

Inaugural Lecture: Honorary Skou Professor, Harry Kennedy

Newly appointed Honorary Skou Professor at Aarhus University, Health, Professor Harry Kennedy from Trinity College Dublin presents his inaugural lecture the 9th of October.

2019.09.17 | Research

New study on maximum-fixed energy shocks for cardioverting atrial fibrillation

Anders Sjørslev Schmidt, PhD student at Research Center for Emergency Medicine, has just presented his new study on maximum-fixed energy shocks for cardioverting atrial fibrillation at the ESC congress in Paris. Watch Anders explain the study in two minutes in this interview from the congress.

2019.09.16 | Research

Research project on the use of defibrillators on children with cardiac arrest

Researchers from the Research Center for Emergency Medicine are launching a new research project dealing with the use of defibrillators on children.

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