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2021.06.21 | Event

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells, Gene-editing and Brain Cell Models

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Copenhagen University

2021.06.23 | Research

Covid-19: Reduced sense of taste and smell lingers

Patients with mild Covid-19 infections experience a significantly increased longer lasting reduced sense of taste and smell. This is also the case for long-term shortness of breath, although relatively few people are affected. And women and the elderly are particularly affected. This is shown by new research findings from Aarhus University Aarhus…

2021.06.18 | Seminar

Virtual DANDRITE Topical Seminar by Daniel Gramm Kristensen

Daniel Gramm Kristensen, from the Department of Clinical Medicine at Aarhus University, will give a virtual DANDRITE Topical Semniar titled: "The computational role of rod and cone photoreceptors in visual signal processing." The lecture will take place online via Zoom.”

"As acting dean I will not be forming long-term strategies, but I’ll contribute with decision-making and leadership during the time that I’ll be undertaking the position," says Hans Erik Bøtker. Photo: Jann Thiele Zeiss, AU Health.

2021.06.17 | People news

Hans Erik Bøtker to become acting dean at Health

Vice-dean for Research at Health, Hans Erik Bøtker, is to take up the position of acting dean at the Faculty of Health from 1 August and until a replacement for Lars Bo Nielsen is found. Hans Erik Bøtker also announces that he will not be a candidate for the position of dean when it is advertised.

2021.06.22 | Administrative

Final day for AU test sites on 30 July

AU’s ten supervised self-testing sites for staff and students are closing soon. The last day will be 30 June.

2021.06.17 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Nanna Holt Jessen

Exploring diagnostic opportunities to optimise the early detection of abdominal cancer in general practice

"We find it difficult to see how to achieve such a large patient basis for a third dental degree programme in a municipality with fewer than 65,000 inhabitants," the two heads of department write in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. Photo: Lars Kruse

2021.07.05 | Education

A dentistry programme in northern Jutland will neither benefit the region nor Denmark

In recent weeks, the government's proposal to relocate study programmes has led to a major debate. This is also true of the proposal to establish another dentistry programme in Hjørring. Many different positions have been aired, but what is needed here is a keen focus on both reason and facts when discussing what is best for Denmark, the…

After just over four years as dean at Health, Lars Bo Nielsen is moving back to Copenhagen, where he will take up a new job as director general of the Danish Medicines Agency. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Foto

2021.06.17 | People news

Farewell to a visionary dean with an eye for detail

A person in perpetual dialogue, also with himself. A leader who is clear and present – with the exception of social media. A man who gives himself time and backs his employees. These are some of the characteristics of Lars Bo Nielsen, who is now leaving the position of dean to become director general of the Danish Medicines Agency.

Lars Bo Nielsen is not particularly attracted to the limelight, but a few times a year he has given the faculty staff an informal video greeting. Photo: Simon Byrial Fischel, AU Health.

2021.06.17 | People news

Five quickfire questions for Lars Bo Nielsen

After the summer holidays, Lars Bo Nielsen will no longer be dean of the Faculty of Health, but instead Director General of the Danish Medicines Agency. Lately, the media has been full of portraits of the 56-year-old medical doctor and professor, but here Lars Bo Nielsen answers five questions that he has not yet been asked.

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