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2022.01.25 | Research


2022.01.25 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Line Stensig Lynggaard

Asparaginase treatment in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: a balance between outcome and toxicity

2022.01.25 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Mikkel Bo Brent

Treatment of bone loss with teriparatide and abaloparatide

2022.01.25 | Research


Check the new multi-disciplinary Patient Safety Network

2022.01.25 | Event

Inaugural lecture: Professor Morten Schallburg Nielsen

Another round - Receptor crossing in BBB

2022.01.24 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Solveig Kärk Abildtrup Larsen

MRI in follow-up of testicular cancer

2022.01.24 | Conference

Religion på museum- dansk kulturhistorie med nye øjne

Projektet ’Religion- levende kulturarv’ arrangerer en dag til dig, der gerne vil vide mere om, hvordan museer kan arbejde med religion, traditioner og forestillinger, der har formet danskernes kultur gennem tiden.

2022.01.21 | Grants and awards

The Utrecht Network Young Researchers Grant

Can be applied for by PhD students - application deadline is 25 January

Yonglun Luo is heading a research project which can potentially improve the treatment of patients with the rare disease Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Photo: Simon Byrial Fischel

2022.01.20 | Grants and awards

New grant strengthens research into curing muscular dystrophy

Associate Professor Yonglun Luo from Aarhus University receives DKK 2.7 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to study whether muscular dystrophy can be cured with the help of gene editing and stem cell technologies. The research is of particular benefit to patients with a rare muscular dystrophy disease.

Lundbeck Foundation grants DKK 187 million to new super-study programme and growth dynamo in Danish neuroscience. Health joins Copenhagen University, Aalborg University and the University of Southern Denmark in establishing the Neuroscience Academy Denmark (NAD).

2022.01.20 | Grants and awards

Lundbeck Foundation grants DKK 187 million to new neuroscience academy

Health joins Copenhagen University, University of Southern Denmark, and Aalborg University in establishing the Neuroscience Academy Denmark (NAD). The aim of this decentralised academy for brain research is to promote talent development at Danish universities and pave the way for new research and breakthroughs within brain-related disorders.

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