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2021.12.10 | Research

New publication in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience by Yonehara's Lab

The paper entitled “EyeLoop: An Open-Source System for High-Speed, Closed-Loop Eye-Tracking” has been published in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience. This work was spearheaded by Master Student Simon Arvin.

"This is an exciting study in which collaboration between research groups in Canada and here at Aarhus University has shown that Atovaquone can be used to protect lung cells against several variants of the coronavirus," says associate professor David Olagnier. Photo: Simon Byrial Fischel

2021.12.10 | Research

Molecule from approved malaria medicine protects lung cells against COVID-19

New laboratory research from Aarhus University shows that the approved medicine Atovaquone, which is currently used to combat malaria, prevents infection with Covid-19 in different cells.

Jørgen Bo Hasselstrøm and Charlotte Uggerhøj Andersen, who is also a consultant at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Aarhus University Hospital.

2021.12.16 | People news

New project will make it easier to prove drug rape

The Council of the Danish Victims Fund provides DKK three million to support a new research project which will make it easier to identify the use of fantasy in drug rape. Among the researchers behind the project are Clinical Associate Professor Charlotte Uggerhøj Andersen and Senior Researcher Jørgen Bo Hasselstrøm from Aarhus University.

2021.12.10 | Grants and awards

Alexander Emil Kaspersen receives funding to investigate current practices and long-term outcome of myocardial revascularization

Alexander Emil Kaspersen, BSc receives 250.000 DKK from Inge og Asker Larsens Fond and Ketty and Ejvind Lyngsbæks Fond to fund his research.

YoDA Organizing Committee. Photo by: Gretchen Repasky

2021.12.08 | Collaboration

YoDA featured in the Nordic EMBL Partnership News

YoDA was interviewed by the Communications Officer Gretchen Repasky from the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine, titled 'Meet YoDA! Young DANDRITE or Grandmaster of the Jedi Order?'. Click here to read it.

2021.12.08 | People news

Welcome to new SAB member Peter Scheiffele!

We are happy to announce that Prof. Dr. Peter Scheiffele has accepted our invitation to become a member of the Scientific Advisory Board. His research in the Scheiffele Lab at the Biozentrum of the University of Basel explores cellular and molecular mechanisms of neuronal wiring in development and disease. The current main research themes are the…

2021.12.08 | Collaboration

Seeking doctoral students or post docs to lead digital seminars

Opportunity for PhD students and postdocs to apply for leading a Circle U. Team (digital seminars)

2021.12.08 | Research

New publication in Molecular Brain by Takeuchi's Team

The paper entitled "A novel red fluorescence dopamine biosensor selectively detects dopamine in the presence of norepinephrine in vitro" is published in Molecular Brain.

Minister of Culture Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen presented the award to Ask Vest Christiansen at an event at Aarhus University, at which the recipient’s colleagues and collaborative partners were also present. Photo: Marjun Danielsen, AU Photo.

2021.12.08 | Grants and awards

Doping researcher receives the Ministry of Culture's research award

On Tuesday 7 December 2021, the Minister of Culture Ane Halsboe-Jørgensen presented the ministry’s award for research, The Julius Bomholt Prize, to Associate Professor Ask Vest Christiansen from the Department of Public Health. He receives the award for his research into the use of performance-enhancing drugs in gym culture.

2021.12.07 | Event

PhD Day 2022

Health’s annual PhD Day takes place on 21 January 2022 and is a joint venture between the PhD Association and the Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University. Deadline for signing up for the PhD Day dinner party is 12 January 2022.

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