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Experiments with a “curly” brain protein have shown that it can inhibit the spread of Parkinson’s disease in laboratory tests. The discovery can be an important step on the way to developing treatment for the incurable disease.
Within a few days about 150 participants have signed up to hear the newest research results from the interdisciplinary research network DESIGN-EM at the conference "Organizational Design of Emergency Departments" arranged in cooperation with the Research Center for Emergency Medicine, AU Health.
Aarhus University invites researchers from all four main academic areas to engage in six large-scale projects for rethinkIMPACTS 2017: European Capital of Culture Research Framework.
Henrik Schmidt from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received a personal award of DKK 100,000 from William Nielsen's Foundation. The personal award is given in recognition of his research and work on melanomas.
Department of Clinical Epidemiology is part of the consortium behind the project “Accelerated Development of Vaccine benefit-risk Collaboration in…
Jens Sørensen has taken up a part-time position as professor at Aarhus University. He brings his knowledge within the fields of nuclear medicine and positron emission tomography, which he has acquired while working in Sweden for many years. His goal is to make the treatment of his patients better and faster.
A large Danish study shows that pregnant women’s use of antidepressant medication does not increase the risk of having children with autism. In this way the study refutes earlier studies, which had demonstrated a connection.
A donation from the John and Birthe Meyer Foundation will contribute to reinforcing advanced protein analysis - so-called proteomics - at the Research Unit for Molecular Medicine (MMF), which is part of Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital.
IT support at Health is introducing a new registration system for user requests. The new system will ensure improved problem solving, a more coherent IT organisation, and IT supporters with more time for direct contact with users.
170 participants were present when Aarhus University and the Novo Nordisk Foundation welcomed them to the Novo Nordisk Prize Symposium 2013. The symposium featured lectures by both international and AU researchers on different aspects of macrophages.
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