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2021.05.25 | Meeting

Online Information Meeting on Funding Opportunities 2021

The Novo Nordisk Foundation invites you to our “Online Information Meeting on Funding Opportunities 2021”. The information meeting will highlight our open competition funding opportunities within biomedicine, life science research, natural and technical science research, and innovation.

2021.05.21 | Grants and awards

Calls for nominations

The Lundbeck Foundation calls for nominations for the Talent Prize and The Young Investigator Prize 2021

2021.05.21 | Events

Workshops for PhD students

The Junior Researcher Association offers workshops to PhD students in collaboration with the Research Support Office

2021.05.21 | Events

INVITATION TO PHD DEFENSE - KASPER GLERUP LAURIDSEN

Improving Outcomes from In-hospital Cardiac Arrest: Studies on Cardiac Arrest Teams. Date and time: friday 28th May, 2021 at 2 PM. For physical or virtual attendance e-mail Kasper Glerup Lauridsen at: kglerup@clin.au.dk

Gabriela Silote

2021.05.20 | Events

24 May: Double PhD degree defence by Gabriela Silote - online

PhD student Gabriela Silote from TNU, Aarhus University and the University of São Paolo will defend her double degree thesis "Behavioural and molecular effects induced by Cannabidiol in animal models of depression".

2021.05.20 | Event

Employment at AU Intro Webinar

Join the Webinar about employment conditions for new staff members at Aarhus University. Some of the topics covered are Pension, Collective agreements, Salary and payslip, Income taxation, Holiday, Maternity/paternity leave, Sickness and Staff Development Dialogue.

The next commencement of studies will see fewer sports science students on the playing fields at Dalgas Avenue and fewer public health science students in the southern end of the Aarhus campus. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Photo

2021.05.20 | Education

Fewer students will study sports science and public health science from 2022

The Ministry of Higher Education and Science has decided that a number of university degree programmes need to be resized due to falling demand for their graduates. At Health, this means that the degree programmes in sports science and public health science will admit fewer students than usual over the coming years.

David Olagnier from the Department of Biomedicine is recognised by the American ACS Division of Biological Chemistry for his research efforts over the past decade. Photo: Cecile Olagnier.

2021.05.20 | Grants and awards

Biomedical viral researcher honoured with American talent award

Associate Professor David Olagnier from Aarhus University is the only European among the recipients of this year's ACS Infectious Diseases Young Investigator Award. He receives the award in recognition of ten years of groundbreaking research into infectious diseases, which has benefited cancer patients, among others.

2021.05.20 | Event

Virtual DANDRITE Lecture by Johannes Letzkus

Johannes Letzkus, Professor at the Institute for Physiology, Dept. I, at the University of Freiburg in Germany, will give a virtual DANDRITE lecture titled: "A thalamo-cortical top-down circuit for associative memory." The lecture will take place online via Zoom.”

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