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2021.05.19 | Seminar

Webinar: Topics in Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Department of Clinical Epidemiology invites you to our free webinar on topics in infectious disease epidemiology on Tuesday, 8 June 2021.

2021.05.19 | Event

Brian Clark Lecture with Lars Fogh Iversen

Lars Fogh Iversen has been with Novo Nordisk for more than 20 years, first as a researcher and now in leadership. He has an impressive career path from a PhD in protein crystallography at the University of Copenhagen to where he is today at Novo Nordisk with the responsibility for their strategies in Global Research Technologies. At the…

In 2002, an elephant starred in the Regatta. Note how much space there was in the park back then. Photo: Jens Trabolt/Delfinen
TÅGEKAMMERET is the social and lecture association at mathematics and physics. They usually enter a rather unconventional vessel and, at least according to their own reports, they have won every Regatta. Photo: Unknown
In recent years, you have had to arrive early to secure a good place to watch the Regatta. This photo is from 2015. Photo: Maria Randima
Over the years, the opening ceremonies by the student social associations have often been inspired by the world of children. Photo: Maria Randima

2021.05.25 | Events

The Regatta: from boat race to public festival – and back

Have you ever sat in the University Park and seen boats crewed by student social associations plough through the university lake during the legendary Regatta? Perhaps you yourself have crewed a rubber boat on the lake or perhaps you were there at the very start, when only medical and dentistry students raced each other? Take a trip back in time…

Patients who suffer from REM sleep behaviour disorder have altered blood flow in the brain, which can lead to a lack of oxygen in the brain tissue. In the long term, this may cause symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

2021.05.19 | Research

Low blood flow in the brain may be an early sign of Parkinson’s disease

Patients who suffer from REM sleep behaviour disorder have altered blood flow in the brain, which can lead to a lack of oxygen in the brain tissue. In the long term, this may cause symptoms of Parkinson's disease. This is shown by research from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital.

Jasper Nijkamp will define Health’s honours programme as programme director. Photo: Katrine Lind Møgelgaard

2021.05.19 | Education

Health's honours programme gets a new programme director

Jasper Nijkamp from the Department of Clinical Medicine will define Health’s honours programme in the future. As newly appointed programme director, he will have the academic responsibility for the two-year honours programme which is aimed at the faculty's most talented students.

2021.05.19 | PhD defense

PhD defence by Meet Jariwala

On Tuesday 15 June at 14:00 Meet Jariwala defends his PhD dissertation entitled "Stimulus-dependent permanent labeling of neuronal ensembles pattern and circuit connectivity using viral TRAP strategy".

Vasilis Theologidis

2021.05.19 | People news

Welcome to Vasilis Theologidis who is new ERASMUS Student in Poul Henning Jensen's Group

Vasilis Theologidis is new ERASMUS Master Student in Poul Henning Jensen's group as of 17 May 2021. Vasilis is a Master Student from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Democritus University of Thrace in Greece, and he will in Poul Henning Jensen's Group together with PhD Student Hjalte Gram work on developing/establishing RT-QuIC…

2021.05.19 | People news

Welcome to Alex Harvey, new research assistant jointly between Hanne Poulsen, Poul Nissen, and Magnus Kjærgaard’s groups

Alex Harvey started as research assistant on 1 May 2021 in a shared position between Hanne Poulsen, Poul Nissen, and Magnus Kjærgaard’s laboratories. Alex will be an important part of a new project studying the mRNA architecture of the NMDA receptor gene in synaptic plasticity.

Aarhus University brings solutions - new sub-strategy approved

2021.05.18 | Collaboration

Aarhus University brings solutions – new strategy for business collaboration and innovation 2021-25 approved

Aarhus University must make a greater and stronger impression on society. To support this goal, the senior management team approved a new sub-strategy for business collaboration and innovation 2021-25 at a meeting on 28 April. The sub-strategy is based on Aarhus University's Strategy 2025, which describes collaboration as one of the three pillars…

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