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Wen-Hsien Hou is a new postdoc in Marco Capogna's group supported by AUFF NOVA and affiliated PROMEMO from January 15th. He was awarded a PhD in…
Meet Jariwala is a new PhD student in Marco Capogna's group supported by PROMEMO from January 1st. His project aims to elucidate the role of memory…
Professor Hans Erik Bøtker from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital receives the Marie and August Krogh Award 2018 for his research into heart disease. The award includes a cash prize of DKK 1.5 million and is awarded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the Organisation of Danish Medical Societies.
The Department of Biomedicine has adjusted its plans for relocation in connection with the move to the Skou Building in the autumn of 2018. The biochemistry building on Ole Worms Allé will be handed over to Science and Technology before time, and in 2021 the department will also move out of the research wing in the anatomy complex on Wilhelm Meyers Allé.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation is donating approximately DKK 60 million towards the establishment of an interdisciplinary research centre in the field of environment and health. Professor Torben Sigsgaard from the Department of Public Health is one of the initiators behind the new centre, which will conduct research into new knowledge about the importance of the environment for public health.
How do the menstrual cycle and female hormones affect the presentations of young female athletes? Associate Professor Mette Hansen from Aarhus University will seek to answer this question in a new research project which is being funded by Team Denmark.
With the help of DKK 1.5 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation, Tine Engberg from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital can bring her research and the hospital’s treatment options up to an international level for the benefit of patients requiring reconstruction following breast cancer.
From now on, it will be easier to hold and stand for election at Health. The faculty is simplifying the process and extending the election period, meaning elections will no longer be held every second year. The changes come into force already for this spring's elections.
The Section for Sport Science at the Department of Public Health has high ambitions when it comes to business collaboration. Its goal is to strengthen the relationship between business and industry and the sport science degree programme and to clarify students' career opportunities. Several initiatives have already been launched, and in the coming week a workshop will kick off another.
The video-based method Marte Meo – which some municipalities use in their initiatives for families experiencing difficulties with newborn children – works as intended. This is shown by the first Danish research study of a widely used parenting programme.
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