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Louise Linde, University of Southern Denmark & Omeed Neghabat, Aarhus University Hospital.

2021.12.07 | People news

Course made young researchers reflect on their career paths

Empower your talent made 30 PhD students and Postdoctoral fellows reflect upon their career paths. The course also reminded them of the importance of balancing your life and working with meaningful matters.

Eight researchers from Health will share around DKK 23 million from the Carlsberg Foundation. Photos are retrieved from the researchers' pure-profiles.

2021.12.09 | Grants and awards

Researchers from Health receive DKK 23,5 million from the Carlsberg Foundation

Five researchers from the Department of Biomedicine and three from the Department of Clinical Medicine received the good news that they are among the recipients of the Carlsberg Foundation's recently awarded grants to support visionary basic research in Denmark.

2021.12.07 | Grants and awards

Mark Denham awarded 1.4M DKK from Innovation Fund Denmark

Congratulations to Associate Professor Mark Denham who has been awarded the InnoExplorer grant from Innovation Fund Denmark to the project entitled "Creating a stem cell therapy for Parkinson's desease".

Biopsies from e.g. patients with rheumatoid arthritis have thus far only been carried out for research purposes to test how cells behave and change, says Morten Aagaard Nielsen, who has headed the study.
Photo: Simon Byrial Fischel, AU.

2021.12.07 | Research

One step closer to personalised treatment for patients with rheumatoid arthritis

In a new study, researchers from AU and AUH have cultivated and characterised connective tissue cells from fluid in the patient's joint, which is a contributing factor in the development of rheumatoid arthritis. According to the researchers, this represents a step in the right direction, as they can now test medicine directly on these cells and…

Publication in Scientific Reports

2021.12.06 | Research

New publication in Scientific Reports by Julie Knudsen, Gregers Wegener and colleaues

In collaboration with their colleagues, Julie Knudsen and Gregers Wegener have just published this article in Scientific Reports.

2021.12.05 | Research

Impact of socioeconomic status on total hip arthroplasty

The latest PhD thesis from DCE investigates the role of socioeconomic status in relation to total hip arthroplasty.

2021.12.03 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Søren Krogh Jensen

Can magnetic brain stimulation be used to improve rehabilitation outcomes following spinal cord injury?

How do you get a share of all the money for health research contained in the EU's key funding programme for research and innovation? Professor Martin Tolstrup from the Department of Clinical Medicine passed on his experience in relation to applying for funding from the EU. Photo: Line Rønn

2021.12.02 | Research

Here are the most important points from Tuesday's funding applications event

Were you also one of the online participants who were left disappointed when the online connection crashed? Don't despair – here you can find the key conclusions from Tuesday's event on funding applications to the EU.

2021.12.02 | Seminar

Event: Applying to the ERC (Starting Grants and Consolidator Grants)

Three inspirational events in December help new and experienced researchers get ready to apply for funding from the EU and the Innovation Fund Denmark. Everyone is welcome – also if you are just curious about what applying involves. There will be sandwiches and time for networking.

2021.12.02 | Seminar

Event: Applying to the Innovation Fund Denmark (Grand Solutions)

Three inspirational events in December help new and experienced researchers get ready to apply for funding from the EU and the Innovation Fund Denmark. Everyone is welcome – also if you are just curious about what applying involves. There will be sandwiches and time for networking.

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