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Professor and Head Dentist Sven Erik Nørholt from AU and AUH receives Zendium's research prize for his research into maxillofacial surgery and diseases of the jaw bones.
Talented junior researchers who apply for large external grants from e.g. ERC and the Innovation Fund Denmark, will in future be matched with an experienced associate professor or professor from Health's new mentor corps. The faculty management team has decided to utilise mentors to help provide the projects with research quality and stature.
If the mother smokes during pregnancy, there is a risk of her children going into puberty earlier. This is shown by a major study from Aarhus University which has just been published in the international journal American Journal of Epidemiology.
The more weeks a women takes pain-reliving medication during pregnancy, the earlier their daughters enter puberty. This is shown by a new study from Aarhus University.
Lars W. Andersen from Aarhus University has just defended his higher doctoral dissertation on cardiac arrest in hospital.
Associate Professor Christian Vægter from the Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, is part of a consortium of researchers who have just received DKK 18.4 million from the Innovation Fund Denmark. The money will go towards continued work on a promising medication for pain in the neural pathways.
On Friday 5 October 2018, researchers and PhD and Master's degree students from three different faculties at AU gathered to exchange ideas and to network with the healthcare industry. This year's Medical Innovation Day saw the industry representatives encouraged to ‘think inside the box'.
Congenital genetic defects can lead to failures of the immune system, so it cannot defend the body against the microorganisms that we are constantly exposed to. Backed by a new grant, Professor Trine Mogensen and her team of researchers from AU and AUH are working to develop a new technology to correct these genetic defects.
Professor, Department Chair Toke Bek from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received an award for his research into eye diseases (ophthalmology).
In connection to the inauguration of the Skou building, named for Nobel Prize winner Jens Christian Skou, we sat down with the daughter of the newly deceased Nobel Prize winner, for a talk about the man behind the world famous researcher.
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