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The Aarhus University Research Foundation now offers microfunding grants for 2018. In total, DKK 200,000 will be available in microfunding. Each grant is in the amount of DKK 25,000.
The second semester has just begun for the first class of students ever on the new Business and Innovation Honours Programme. Join three of the young entrepreneurs for a look back at their experiences so far.
The deadline for registration is approaching for this spring’s four courses in research communication. These courses train researchers and PhD students in communicating health science research to other people than academics and specialists – orally, in writing, on mobile video and via the media. Please note that the courses are held in Danish.
A new shared web universe for further and continuing education (FE) at Health has just been launched. It brings together what Health has to the offer, so there is now a single point of access to the faculty’s further and continuing education courses.
From 1 March and the following two weeks, all employees at Health can apply for a pay increase as part of the salary negotiations for 2018.
From 1-15 March, employees of Aarhus University can enter information for use in the 2018 salary negotiations.
On 1 May, NeuroCampus Aarhus is hosting "Neuroscience Day 2018" which is open to all students, researchers, clinicians, therapists, caregivers, foundations and organizations interested in neuroscience.
Valentina is new Research Assistant in Sadegh Nabavi's group from February 5th. She will investigate the neural circuits implicated in innate fear.
Since autumn 2017, we have been engaged in a university-wide process of formulating norms for the recruitment of permanent members of academic staff. The senior management team has just approved seven norms which are the result of productive discussions in the academic councils and a number of consultations with the research and teaching programmes. The norms are intended to strengthen recruitment practices at Aarhus University.
On February 9th, Daniel Ramskov successfully defended his RUNSAFE-based Ph.D.-dissertation entitled “RUNCLEVER – Training variables. Mechanisms in the aetiology of running injuries”.
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