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More than 402 active members (managers and occupational health and safety representatives) are part of the occupational health and safety organisation. Photo: Lars Kruse

2021.03.01 | Administrative

Representatives for AU’s occupational health and safety organisation have been found

The election to the occupational health and safety organisation at AU is over. There are both new and experienced candidates among the 213 occupational health and safety representatives who have committed themselves to making an extra effort for a good work environment at AU during the next three years.

If you observe anything that you believe must be taken care of, then contact your occupational health and safety representative. Photo: Colourbox

2021.02.26 | Administrative

What can your local occupational health and safety representative help you with?

The election to the occupational health and safety organisation at Aarhus University is over and the elected representatives are now ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work. But what can your local occupational health and safety representative help you with?

2021.02.26 | Research

New publication from Jensen's Lab

Assistant Professors Nelson Ferreira and Nádia Pereira Gonçalves from Poul Henning Jensen and Christian Bjerggaard Vægter laboratories, respectively, have published a paper entitled “Trans synaptic spreading of alpha synuclein pathology through sensory afferents leads to sensory nerve degeneration and neuropathic pain” in Acta Neuropathologica…

2021.02.26 | Research

Video introducing the MiCO Platform Project

View DANDRITE Group Leader Mark Denham introduce the MiCO Platform Project and its aim in this video. The MiCO Platform Project is one of the first five projects funded by ODIN - the Open Discovery Innovation Network. View the video here.

2021.02.26 | Seminar

Webinar 'Maths&Stats modelling of personalised breast cancer therapy', Prof. A. Frigessi

Host: Danish Cancer Society Research Center. Attendance: On Zoom. To attend, please fill the registration form. Speaker Prof. Arnoldo Frigessi, Department of Biostatistics, University of Oslo – Norway. More information. Abstract Current personalized cancer treatment is based on biomarkers which allow assigning each patient to a subtype of…

[Translate to English:] Merete Foged, systemkonsulent i AU Økonomi og Bygninger, var projektleder på implementeringen af den nye webshop. Foto: AU Pure

2021.02.26 | Administrative

Digital transformation: Satisfaction if users are heard

In digital transformation, it is common that only one-fifth of the resources required are spent on the actual digital solutions. The remaining four-fifths go to cultural and process changes. Successful transformation therefore demands sharp focus on regularly involving the users. This was very clear to AU Finance and Estates Projects and…

2021.02.26 | Seminar

Employment at AU Intro Webinar

Are you a new staff member at Aarhus University? Do you have questions to your employment, pension schemes or tax schemes? Then this webinar is for you.

Image of Thibaud Dieudonné.

2021.02.26 | Grants and awards

Thibaud Dieudonné receives the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship

Postdoc Thibaud Dieudonné from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Aarhus University receives the highly prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to study how a human lipid transporter is linked to a rare inherited liver disease.

The climate action plan for 2021 contains 68 ambitious activities that the faculties have developed based on Aarhus University's climate strategy 2020-2025, and that will contribute to the university's green transition.

2021.02.25 | Administrative

68 new climate initiatives will pave the way for a greener university

A green year has begun. At least at AU, where 68 new climate initiatives will contribute to the university’s green transition.

Professor and Consultant Pernille Tine Jensen is heading a new national research project, which will help improve the treatment of women with cancer of the vulva. Photo: Tonny Foghmar, AUH.

2021.02.25 | Grants and awards

Improved treatment of women with cancer of the vulva

A new research project at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital aims to pave the way for more gentle treatment of patients with cancer of the vulva. Professor and Consultant Pernille Tine Jensen is heading the nationwide project, which has been made possible by two grants totalling DKK 4.3 million.

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