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Irene Petersen and John Acquavella, both professors at Department of Clinical Epidemiology, are among the eight newly awarded Fellows of ISPE…
ProjectRun21 is led by Camma Damsted and will investigate the injury risk of running schedules based on each participants previous running experience and current running level.
The RUNmama project led by Anne Rosenbæk has now completed the data collection-phase, and with almost 2000 participants, this phase was a great success!
It is paradoxical that recognition of the need for more research has been accompanied by a growing scepticism.
Visiting the dentist will in future involve visiting a range of specialists, each with their own function. Our degree programmes must reflect this and the universities must to adapt to society's new requirements.
The biggest genetic study of autism ever carried out shows that the genes that cause autism can also be found in the rest of the population. These genes are important for our ability to interact socially and communicate.
The publication titled "The design of the run Clever randomized trial: running volume, -intensity and running-related injuries" is now published in the open access journal BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders.
On Friday 29 April at 13:00 to 17:00 at Navitas, Aarhus University is opening its doors to this year’s Festival of Research, which is themed ‘Fascinating Research’.
IT maintenance work will affect a number of AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 21 and 22 May.
The Scandinavian Network for Elite Sport, which includes Aarhus University, is ready to hold its first seminar under the theme "Talent Development" and "Dual Career". These are two particular focus areas for the newly established network as it warms up for the Olympics in August.
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