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Post.doc. Yongfu Yu, PhD, from DCE, has received a grant of DKK 700,000 from the Lundbeck Foundation.
PhD students at Aarhus University enjoy high levels of satisfaction and motivation, but they also feel they are under a lot of pressure. These are some of the findings from a recently published survey of AU's PhD students.
AU has put together a FAQ for students which provides answers to the most important questions they will face if the labour dispute becomes a reality. The extent to which classes would be affected by a labour dispute will be decided after the Easter break.
We have created a FAQ page where you can find answers to the most important questions about how the labour dispute will affect you as a student – if it becomes a reality. The page will be updated regularly.
A company founded by three biomedical researchers has received one of the largest ever investments in a Danish biotech company in the form of a large capital injection by four major European investment foundations. With the investment, the researchers can now follow their basic research in muscles to end and see it converted into medicinal products.
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IT maintenance work will affect AU’s IT systems and services and cause interruptions at different times during the weekend of 21 and 22 April 2018.
Doomsday scenarios are flourishing around the idea of establishing a National Genome Center. But they miss the point completely –the goal is in fact to increase security and the opportunities of improving the treatment of patients.
If mental health was made part of a health check, then it would be possible to detect vulnerable people who have not received assistance from doctors or psychologists for their psychological problems. This is shown by a new study from Aarhus University.
The board of studies for medicine has decided to revise both the Bachelor’s and the Master’s degree programmes in order to be able to live up to the faculty's new vision and strategy for the medical degree programme. The new academic regulations come into force from September 2020.
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