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2021.06.28 | Event

Expat Partner Programme Summer Meet-up

The Expat Partner Programme invites all its members to a cosy afternoon, with some drinks and light snacks. This is the perfect opportunity to meet in person the expat advisors and other accompanying partners at AU.

2021.06.28 | Event

Your Wednesday Boost

Your Wednesday boost are recurrent mindfulness sessions for researchers and spouses at AU to improve and boost your wellbeing, in collaboration with the Danish Center for Mindfulness. All of the one-hour sessions are free to attend, but registration is mandatory.

2021.06.28 | Health

Annual meeting: Cardiovascular network

The cardiovascular network at Health brings together researchers from several fields of studies in common projects that will benefit patients with heart diseases. Everyone with an interest in heart disease and related fields of study can participate in the annual meeting.

Do you want to learn to communicate your research to other people than peers? Then sign up for one of AUH and Health's five courses in research communication. Photo: AUH.

2021.07.01 | Events

Register for the autumn courses in research communication

In autumn 2021, the Central Denmark Region and Health will offer five virtual courses to train researchers and PhD students in how to communicate health science research to people who are not academics or specialists.

2021.06.28 | Administrative

Rector on the relocation agreement: More micro-management and increased pressure on quality and academic excellence

Brian Bech Nielsen is disappointed by the government’s failure to involve the university sector before the agreement.

2021.06.25 | Public/Media

Call for applications to eight Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Danish Cardiovascular Academy invites applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships. The academy will be granting eight scholarships. Applications can be within any field of cardiovascular research.

The first patient group to benefit from the project are children and young people with rare diseases. Foto: Pexels

2021.06.25 | Policy and strategy

At least 60,000 Danish patients are offered a genetic test

Over the next three years, more than 60,000 Danish patients will be offered genetic testing at the National Genome Center. The result is a more targeted treatment of the individual.

Today, the Kitchen is housed in the previous hospital kitchen on the former municipal hospital site. Photo: Lars Kruse.

2021.06.25 | Administrative

The kitchen moves into the laundry

In 2025, Aarhus University’s entrepreneurship hub The Kitchen will move to another building in the University City right next to a wide variety of business activities.

Photo: Colourbox

2021.06.28 | Administrative

New payslip design

The next time you receive your payslip, it will have a different design. The Agency for Public Finance and Management has updated the design of state sector employees’ payslips to make them more user-friendly. The payslip still contains the same information.

Photo: Unsplash.

2021.07.08 | Research

People with ADHD and multiple psychiatric diagnoses stop their ADHD treatment more often

A research study from the The Lundbeck Foundation Initiative for Integrative Psychiatric Research"iPSYCH shows that people with ADHD, who also have another psychiatric diagnosis, are more likely to stop taking their ADHD medicine.

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