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Health Byg Rengøring (Health Facility Cleaning) has been nominated for Aarhus Municipality’s Integration Prize 2014. We interviewed Cleaning Manager Bente Levisen to find out more about integration in the workplace.
Last Friday the first eight innovators completed almost a year’s studying on Denmark's only education in healthcare innovation. The first patent applications are already in the pipeline.
The Danish Council for Independent Research has just awarded research funding from the Sapere Aude career programme and Jacob Fog Bentzon from AU and AUH has received DKK 6.4 million.
New research from Aarhus University and one of the world's leading hospitals contributes to the understanding of ADHD. Experiments on mice show how the incorrect branching of nerve cells in the brain’s reward system leads to behavioural disorders.
American Diana Schendel has been appointed Professor with special responsibilities at the Department of Public Health and the National Centre for Register-based Research at Aarhus University. Here she will continue to work on outlining possible factors involved in the development of autism.
The Danish Innovation Foundation - Programme Commission on Health, Disease and Society invites you to a conference on September 4, 2014 from 10.00 - 17.00 in Copenhagen
A new study equates the general practitioner’s (GP) interpretation of signs of serious disease with the classical alarm symptoms which give direct access to fast diagnosis at the hospitals.
The Danish Council for Independent Research has recently awarded grants for Danish research projects and Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital is represented by 26 health science researchers who each receive substantial grants.
The Danish Council for Independent Research Council (DFF) has recently awarded scholarships to 15 researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital.
Children with autism are often first diagnosed at the ages of five or six – and even later for children with ADHD. A major Danish study now documents that deviant development can already be seen during the child’s first two years.
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