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Research communication must not be ignored, nor viewed as an irritating chore. PhD Day at Health on 24 January is set to open up the issue of scientific communication for discussion under the banner of: ‘Scientific communication - science/science fiction’
Communicating your research to a wider audience can benefit your career. The massive publicity surrounding Rasmus Østergaard Nielsen’s PhD project gave access to more funding and led to a postdoc position.
During the course of the week, meetings have been held in Health’s local liaison committees. In the period leading up to 31 January, the specific cost reduction plans will be drawn up. Today and tomorrow the department heads and SKT’s head of school will inform their employees about the overall consequences of the budget cuts.
Direct epigenome interrogation during neural development
May 22-24, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey
Jan Frystyk and Lars Uhrenholt from Aarhus have each received a scholarship worth DKK 200,000. The scholarship has been awarded by Frøknerne Anna and Dagny Hjerrilds Foundation and is for the abolition of animal testing in scientific research.
New knowledge about more effective pain relief can make extraction of wisdom teeth a less painful process. This is what a new PhD study from the department of dentistry at Aarhus University shows.
Morten Høyer from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has just received a scholarship for his research into cancer.
The Danish Council for Independent Research has just awarded research funding from the Sapere Aude career programme, and Health is represented with four researchers.
Ten years ago the Society for Medical Student Research was founded to further health and medical science research among the students. A record number of students today make use of the society.
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