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This year is the first time that medicine’s new quota 2 admission test has been put into practice. The evaluation shows that the test actually gives those applicants who do not have the marks to be admitted via quota 1 a new chance, and that the admission process is perceived as being fair.
The Science Museums in Aarhus have received DKK 3 million for an exhibition about researcher and Nobel Laureate Jens Christian Skou. The exhibition will open on his 100th birthday in 2018.
The new Times Higher Education World University Rankings puts Aarhus in the top 100 for the first time since the first issue of the rankings in 2010.
Associate professor Vera Ehrenstein has been appointed professor with special responsibilities (MSO) within international postmarketing studies as of…
Saida Said won the poster prize at the conference “Transmembrane Transporters in Health and Disease” in Vienna, Austria with her poster "The molecular mechanism for overcoming the rate-limiting step in monoamine neurotransmitter transport".
While Health prioritises the coveted research year, financial conditions form the basis for expectations that 100 medicine and odontology students will be admitted in 2017, compared to 120 this year. Application is open from 15 September.
If you are a member of academic staff at postdoc, researcher or assistant professor level, the mentor programme Empower Talent! can give you useful guidance and inspiration from a more senior colleague at associate professor or professor level. Sign up to be a mentor or mentee by 14 October 2016.
In October, new AU employees will have the opportunity to meet HR, the Research Support Office and other services at an intro meeting.
Alexander Gramm Kristensen began his PhD project entitled: Understanding underlying mechanisms of diabetic polyneuropathy at the Department of Clinical Neurophysiology, Aarhus University Hospital, on 1 September 2016.
Sandra Sif Gylfadottir began her PhD project entitled: Painful diabetic polyneuropathy on 1 September 2016 at the Danish Pain Research Center.
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