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2021.01.04 | Seminar

Biomedicine seminar

Lecturer Christian Brix Folsted Andersen

2021.01.04 | Seminar

Biomedicine Seminar

Lecturer Per Borghammer: "Parkinson's disease - motor asymmetry, dementia, and brain-first vs. body-first subtypes explained by prion-like spreading of alpha-synuclein"

2021.01.04 | Seminar

Biomedicine Seminar - via Zoom

Lecturer Samia Joca: "Glutamate and beyond: in the search for better therapeutics in depression"

2021.01.04 | Seminar

Biomedicine Seminar

Lecturer Rasmus O. Bak

2021.01.04 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Anders Gyldenkerne

The quality of vision following small-incision lenticule extraction for myopia

2021.01.04 | PhD defense

Virtual PhD defence: Stine Karlsen Oversø

Circulating cell-free DNA in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma or neuroendocrine tumors

2021.01.04 | Research

New method makes it possible to measure serotonin in the brain in real time

Serotonin is one of the most important neurotransmitters in the brain, helping to regulate our mood and playing a crucial role in depression. Thanks to new research from Aarhus University and others, it is now possible to monitor the serotonin circuitry in the brain – while it happens.

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