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Elderly critically ill patients who have been vaccinated against influenza have a reduced risk of dying and of suffering a blood clot or bleeding in the brain. This is shown by a study from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital. The results support the WHO’s recommendation of influenza vaccinations for elderly people.
DCE researchers have received funding from the Danish Cancer Society and the Independent Research Fund Denmark, respectively.
The Executive Board of DANDRITE has approved the recommendations from Sadegh’s Assessment Committee to extend his employment at DANDRITE for additional four-year period until 2024.
As honorary professor at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, the French professor Horace Roman will use his expertise to help his new colleagues in Aarhus develop and individualise the treatment of women suffering from severe endometriosis.
RUNSAFE proudly presents our coming flagship the Garmin-RUNSAFE Running Health Study, which is the most ambitious and comprehensive project on running-related injuries we have done so far.
DR Viden features the new publication in Science Advances by Richner et al. from PROMEMO center director Anders Nykaer's lab and Christian Vaegter's lab, which shows that Sortilin plays an essential role in a new and surprising mechanism underlying chronic pain (text in Danish).
People working indoors should be particularly aware about getting enough light for the sake of their mental health. This has been shown by researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital in the largest international study of light exposure in a worker population ever carried out.
On 1 July, Alexandra Bannach-Brown from TNU defended her PhD thesis "Understanding in vivo modelling of depression"
King's College London has just named emeritus professor and dentist Mogens Kilian from Aarhus University as an honorary doctor. He receives the title for his research within the field of microbiology.
Intensive summer courses are becoming more and more popular among students. This applies not only to Danish students, but also to international students from Au's partner universities.
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