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Claus Olesen (left) and Martin Roelsgaard Jakobsen are among the first Novo Nordisk Foundation Distinguished Innovators. Photo: Torben Hjulmand and Lundbeckfonden

2020.08.06 | Grants and awards

The Novo Nordisk Foundation appoints two innovation ambassadors from Health

Senior Researcher Claus Olesen and Associate Professor Martin Roelsgaard Jakobsen, both from the Department of Biomedicine, have been named Novo Nordisk Foundation Distinguished Innovators. The researchers will create more entrepreneurship at the university and each receives DKK 6 million to develop their own innovation projects.

2020.08.05 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Katrine Rye Hauerslev

Shoulder disability and late symptoms following surgery including oncoplastic techniques for breast cancer.

The award of the new professorship helps to strengthen Morten Schallburg Nielsen’s position in neuroscience research, both nationally and internationally. Photo: Jonathan Bjerg Møller/Health.

2020.08.05 | People news

What is the best way to treat diseases of the central nervous system?

How can drugs used for treating e.g. dementia bypass the blood-brain barrier? This is one of the questions that Morten Schallburg Nielsen, new professor of neuroscience at Aarhus University's Department of Biomedicine, is particularly focused on answering.

The ambitious students on the faculty's two talent tracks will work together on knowledge collaboration at the intersection of research and innovation in a single honours programme with effect from the autumn semester 2020. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU.

2020.08.06 | Talent development

Two honours programmes become one – with two tracks and shared activities

Health brings the faculty's two honours programmes together in a single programme and creates an interdisciplinary programme under the title 'Research & Innovation'. The goal is a closer correlation between research, education and innovation via shared activities and more, while the target group remains particularly talented and highly motivated…

A grant of DKK 1,474,000 from the Independent Research Fund Denmark will finance Kristine Raaby Gammelgaard’s postdoc project. Photo: Jann Thiele Zeiss/Health.

2020.08.05 | Grants and awards

Why doesn’t immunotherapy work on all lung cancer patients?

Postdoc Kristine Raaby Gammelgaard from Aarhus University's Department of Biomedicine receives almost DKK 1.5 million from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to investigate a possible explanation of why treatment with immunotherapy does not benefit a greater number of lung cancer patients.

2020.08.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Karen H. Kallesø

Group-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for adolescents with multiple functional somatic syndromes.

2020.08.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Saida Said

Novel approaches to conformational and functional studies of the serotonin transporter and the GABA transporter subtype one.

2020.08.04 | Research

New publication in Current Biology by Rune Rasmussen and Keisuke Yonehara

The article is entitled "Contributions of Retinal Direction Selectivity to Central Visual Processing".

2020.08.04 | People news

Congratulations to Nanna Møller Jensen for her new affiliation as PhD student in Jensen's group

Nanna started as a PhD student in Poul Henning Jensen's group August 1st 2020, where she will continue her work on the organotypic slice culture model of alpha-synucleinopathies. In particular, she will investigate the role of selective cellular vulnerability in PD and related diseases and look into the effects of various risk factors in the…

[Translate to English:] Professor Søren Riis Paludan står bag et ny grundforskningsstudie, som har opdaget et nyt protein STEEP med betydning for kroppens immunsystem.

2020.08.04 | Research

Identification of a new mechanism in the immune system provides knowledge about serious diseases

A recently identified mechanism in the immune system reveals a previously unknown protein that could provide an opening to a better understanding of infections and autoimmune diseases. This is shown by a new basic research study from Aarhus University.

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