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An international study headed by researchers from Aarhus University has for the first time uncovered the large-scale brain patterns and networks which control sleep, providing knowledge which in the future may help the large proportion of people who experience problems sleeping.
Smoking is the overriding cause of heart attacks for people between the ages of 30 and 50, and register-based studies from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital can now contribute with figures and ratios: Three out of four younger patients with a major heart attack are smokers – and for women the figure is eight out of ten.
On Friday 7 June, a number of employees received a phishing email from the email address ‘IThelpdesk@au.dk’ trying to persuade the recipient into revealing their password. If you think an email may be a phishing attempt, please contact your local IT support team or the information security department.
No more trial and error: If things go as Professor Søren Dinesen Østergaard and his new Postdoc Fredrik Hieronymus hope, patients with schizophrenia will be treated using personalised medicine in the not so distant future. The research project is supported by the Lundbeck Foundation to the tune of DKK 1.6 million.
Why do patients with amputated limbs suffer from phantom pain? Which types of nerve pain do patients with spinal cord injuries or sclerosis experience? And how can pain management be improved to increase quality of life for patients? These are some of the questions, which Troels Staehelin Jensen and his team of researchers are looking to answer.
A new paper by Pietilä et al. in Nature Communications, coauthored by Olav Andersen in collaboration with the group of Johanna Ivaska from Turku Bioscience Centre, identified a novel oncogenic function for SORLA that is best known for its association with Alzheimer’s disease.
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