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2021.12.20 | Course

PhD course: Integrative Human Cardiovascular Control

This course covers important theoretical and practical aspects of methods in integrative human cardiovascular studies. Students will get hands on experiences with relevant techniques.

2021.12.20 | Course

PhD course: Hypertension, Diabetes and Cardiovascular disease

A course focusing on impact of hypertension and diabetes on the vasculature, the brain, the heart and the kidney. All participants will get the opportunity to present their own PhD project or research.

2021.12.17 | PhD defense

PhD defence: Nanja Holland Hansen

Compassion Cultivation Training for informal caregivers of people with a mental illness

MRI scanner and from the left Ikram Mizrak, Morten Asp Vonsild Lund, Nicolaj Mikkel Pedersen, -all PhD students, Per Lav Madsen, cardiologist & Niels Vejlstrup, consultant.

2021.12.16 | Research

Magnetic Resonance Imaging of children’s hearts enables us to combat heart failure

Combatting heart failure associated with diabetes and obesity is the mission of cardiologist Per Lav Madsen, Herlev-Gentofte Hospital and PhD student Morten Asp Vonsild Lund, Holbæk Hospital. With magnetic resonance scans they try to find early warnings to prevent heart diseases later in life.

2021.12.16 | Event

POSTPONED Reception: Anne-Mette Hvas

Invitation to welcome reception for Anne-Mette Hvas

2021.12.16 | Event

Inaugural lecture: Professor Jan Wolff

Computer-aided dentistry and surgery: Current applications and future perspectives

Evaluations and the social study environment are areas of concern, but Vice-Dean Lise Wogersen Bach is overall happy with this years degree programme report.

2021.12.16 | Administrative

Excellent degree programme report with a few concerns for Health

This year's degree programme report shows that the students at the faculty are satisfied with the academic study environment. The social study environment, on the other hand, has been challenging due to the long coronavirus lockdowns.

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2021.12.16 | Research

Vice-dean: Health must secure more ERC grants

If you are a talented researcher with a particularly interesting project, then you might get an encouraging tap on the shoulder during 2022. Health must be better to apply for – and receive – prestigious grants from the European Research Council, and Vice-dean for Research Hans Erik Bøtker has therefore launched new initiatives.

Kim Frisch will develop new and more sensitive methods to make fingerprints visible based on their chemical compounds.

2021.12.16 | People news

New method will strengthen fingerprints as the burden of proof

Kim Frisch from Aarhus University receives almost DKK three million from The Council of the Danish Victims Fund for a research project that will make it easier to reconstruct fingerprints using a new chemical method of measurement.

2021.12.15 | Event

MatchPoints 2022 - Our Fascinating Brain

Experience neuroscience at its finest when some of the world’s leading experts visit Aarhus University for a conference about the brain. The conference is called Our Fascinating Brain because the brain truly is an extraordinary organ. Deadline for registration 13 April 2022.

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