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Robert Fenton from the Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, has been awarded the Lundbeck Foundation Research Prize for Young Scientists. The award is being made for his research within molecular cell biology.
For the first time, the Department of Forensic Medicine in Aarhus has allowed a television crew to follow a working day at the section rooms
The Graduate School of Health will throughout 2016 be offering a number of different types of fully financed PhD fellowships.
When we in Denmark systematically choose not to perform autopsies on people who die suddenly and unexpectedly, we also lose the opportunity to identify and prevent hereditary diseases in the deceased’s family. It is high time we discussed how to avoid losing the health scientific aspect, because no one within the system insists on performing autopsies.
When the general practitioner quickly sends the patient to be examined for cancer, mortality falls significantly. These are the findings of a new study of British cancer patients that has been led by researchers from Aarhus University. The British are looking at the Danish strategy for early diagnosis with cancer care pathways and diagnostic centres.
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