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Nasal filter inventor to be honoured by the Aarhus University Research Foundation

MD, PhD, Peter Sinkjær Kenney will receive a talent prize from the Aarhus University Research Foundation for developing a nasal filter that gives hay fever patients hope of a pollen season without constant sneezing.

2017.06.01 | Henriette Stevnhøj

The nasal filter which Peter Sinkjær Kenney has developed. Photo: Peter Sinkjær Kenney.

On 24 May, the Aarhus University Research Foundation awards its talent prize of DKK 50,000 to each of the five PhD fellows from Aarhus University who have drawn particular attention to themselves with both their research results and the way in which they have communicated them. Among the recipients are Peter Sinkjær Kenney, who has developed a nasal filter that is a clinically tested preventive device against hay fever. Peter Sinkjær Kenney is a medical doctor and PhD from Aarhus University.



Read the portrait of Peter Sinkjær Kenney (in Danish): Nasal filter saves your summer

The talent prizes are presented at the same time as the Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research.   



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