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On 1 January 2018, Ole Bækgaard Nielsen will begin as department head at the Department of Public Health. Hear him talk about his ambitions for the department, the type of manager that employees can expect to meet and which task he will begin with.
The senior management team and the occupational health and safety organisation at Aarhus University urge staff to stand for election as occupational health and safety representatives at the faculties and within the administration. The nomination period has just begun and will continue until 8 January 2018.
From 2018, the faculty’s most talented lecturers will be acknowledged with a number of newly established teaching awards. In addition to being honoured, the award winners will also receive a small financial pat on the back.
Associate professor Ulrik Dalgas and PhD student Morten Riemenschneider from Aarhus University are heading a new study that is being co-financed by a grant of DKK 500,000 from the Augustinus Foundation. The study will investigate the effects of physical training as an early treatment strategy for patients with multiple sclerosis.
A new way of organising the occupational health and safety organisation at Health will see the department heads become the chairs of the local occupational health and safety committees
The Central Denmark Region is postponing the decision about what to do with the world's biggest collection of brains.
Associate professor and PhD Magdalena Janina Laska from the Department of Clinical Medicine and the Department of Biomedicine at Aarhus University receives DKK 750,000 from the Aage and Johanne Louise Hansens Foundation. The grant will go towards developing new technologies and strategies for the treatment of chronic intestinal diseases.
Aarhus University’s financial situation is fundamentally sound, and despite continued challenges on the revenue side, there is still room to pursue strategic goals.
Grant for project on hip fracture and stroke.
The next workplace assessment (WPA) will take place in the spring of 2019. For the first time, the psychological and physical WPA surveys will be performed at the same time. Preparations for the 2019 APV have begin, and the overall schedule for has been approved.
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