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2020.05.27 | People news

Another six years to the head of the Department of Forensic Medicine

Christian Lindholst has been reappointed to the position of department head at the Department of Forensic Medicine. He will work to strengthen the department’s research efforts and expand its international relations.

The Student Council has made a big contribution with the current information campaign that encourages students to treat each other with respect and consideration. The campaign builds on last year’s ‘Be nice - not træls’ campaign, and can be seen all over AU’s campuses in locations highly visible to students. Photo: Lars Kruse

2020.08.31 | Administrative

Campus has come alive this week - but we're not back to pre-Covid-19 normality

The Rector’s Office welcomes all students and employees back for the autumn semester.

2020.08.31 | Seminar

Steno Thursdays Global - Peter Rossing: New treatment options for kidney disease in diabetes

This autumn, Steno Diabetes Center Aarhus will host a monthly seminar series with top researchers from around the world on various aspects of diabetes.

2020.08.31 | Seminar

Steno Thursdays Global - Dianna Magliano: The changing epidemic of diabetes. Is the epidemic abating?

This autumn, Steno Diabetes Center Aarhus will host a monthly seminar series with top researchers from around the world on various aspects of diabetes.

2020.08.31 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Estéfano Pinilla

Transglutaminase 2 Conformation as a New Target to Treat Vascular Dysfunction in Aging and Diabetes

2020.08.31 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Michelle S. Clement

Circulating biomarkers and resistance to tyrosine kinase inhibitors in solid cancer.

We can conclude that what we’re doing in Denmark overall – for everybody’s benefit – is having a particularly positive effect on people with diabetes, who now a much lower risk of suffering a heart attack, says Michael Maeng. Photo: Private.

2020.08.29 | Research

Heart attacks are no longer a diabetes disease

A rule of thumb used by medical doctors saying that type 2 diabetics have twice the risk of suffering a blood clot in the heart are no longer right. This is shown by a study from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, which is today being presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress.

Convergent physiological, anatomical and transcriptomic evidence for distinctive GABAergic neuron types in layer 1 human cortex.

2020.08.28 | Research

New publication from Marco Capogna's group in Nature Neuroscience

Emma Louth and Marco Capogna co-author the new publication entitled: "A community-based transcriptomics classification and nomenclature of neocortical cell types."

Big grants demand big words, and also women must learn how to use them if they want to be taken into account. Original source image: National Archives and Records Administration.

2020.08.27 | Grants and awards

Big grants demand big words

It’s indisputable – female researchers apply for less external research funding and have a lower rate of success, also relatively speaking, than their male colleagues. DANWISE, which fights for equal opportunities for researchers, will now teach women how to make an impact by using the right words, says vice-chairperson and Health researcher Ida…

2020.08.27 | Seminar

Translational biomarkers & precision medicine seminar

Are you interested in learning more about state-of-the-art advanced biomarker discovery strategies? In this seminar we will highlight a range of timely topics and translational research for post-genomics biomarker development and disease pathophysiology for improved precision medicine.

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