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Mia Beck Lichtenstein has become research coordinator in "Telepsykiatrisk Center" / Research Unit for E-mental Health at University of Southern Denmark
In this call DANDRITE seeks one postdoctoral researcher for a two year position on “Human Pluripotent Stem Cells and Parkinson’s Disease” in Group Leader Mark Denham's group. Application deadline December 18, 2015.
On 1 June 2016, AU’s unit for special educational support will move from its current location at Arts to the joint unit for Student Guidance and Academic Support Services in AU Student Administration and Services. The special educational support services for students with special needs will be maintained, but a few services will be discontinued.
Research results on an association between whooping cough and risk of epilepsy has recently been mentioned by The New York Times. Associate professor…
The new Finance Act will inject more funds into the healthcare sector, but in the long-term the Finance Act’s massive reduction of research funding can end-up having drastic consequences for the healthcare sector.
The concentration of the euphoriant THC in cannabis has tripled in the space of twenty years. The reason may be a systematic processing of the cannabis plants, some of which are being grown in skunk farms in Denmark.
The Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) student association have just presented a research award to researcher and medical doctor Per Kallestrup. He receives the award for his special efforts in putting global health on the agenda.
DANDRITE Group Leader Sadegh Nabavi is awarded an ERC Starting Grant of EUR 1.5 million for research into memory formation to answer the fundamental questions on why some memories last and some are soon lost.
The research year works well for the students and as a basis for a PhD degree programme. But it can perhaps be replaced by an optional semester, if it becomes necessary to change priorities, suggests CESU in a new report which uncovers the benefits that the students themselves get from taking a research year at Health.
Professor, Chair Henrik Toft Sørensen and Associate Professors Vera Ehrenstein and Mette Nørgaard from Department of Clinical Epidemiology were…
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