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Genetic researchersfrom 34 countries have joined forces to take a closer look at the biological causes of schizophrenia. In an article in Nature, researchers from Aarhus are among those pinpointing 80 new genes linked to the development of schizophrenia. Their research may pave the way for possible new treatments.
Danish researchers take another small step in the fight against HIV
PhD student Kirstine Kobberøe Søgaard from Department of Clinical Epidemiology has been invited to give an interview to the online site…
Network activities will include meetings and presentations of the newest results of our research, the possibility of Ph.D. workshops during FORSA’s annual assembly, and a chance to connect to other researchers within the field.
The incidence of inflammatory bowel diseases is rising sharply – particularly among young people. However, new research from Aarhus University indicates that growing up on a livestock farm may have a protective effect.
The Graduate School at Health is introducing a new structure for the allocation of PhD fellowships. The new model will ensure that the departments have a better insight into the costs of a PhD programme.
From radar theory to microchips and a new understanding of the cognitive perception of autistic individuals
On Friday 27 June 2014 a celebration was held in the Lakeside Lecture Theatres for 46 newly graduated dentists. The new dentists from Aarhus University can now leave five years of successful studies behind and look forward to working as dentists.
A new research project from Aarhus University shows that many adolescents suffer from knee pain for several years. The pain impacts both sporting activities and quality of life.