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This is newsletter number 100 - which is really great:-)
On 1 November, AU will be launching a new website for PhD students at AU. The website has two aims: external recruitment of PhD students and internal cross-faculty information for current PhD students.
The article is entitled: "Effective concentrations enforced by intrinsically disordered linkers are governed by polymer physics" Click here to read it.
Since 2011, the number of women receiving antidepressants during pregnancy has fallen by 33 per cent. This is shown by a comprehensive register-based study from Aarhus University.
Researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have used large amounts of data from sources including patients’ electronic medical records to find patterns that can identify patients who are at risk of being subjected to mechanical restraint. The findings will be used to develop an automatic “early warning system” that can help medical doctors and nurses identify those patients who could benefit from more intensive treatment.
The article is entitled: "Effective concentrations enforced by intrinsically disordered linkers are governed by polymer physics". Click here to read it.
Postdoc and nurse Marie Dahl from Aarhus University and the Regional Hospital Central Jutland was honoured at the Danish Vascular Surgery Society’s annual meeting on 25 October 2019 for her nursing research in the field of vascular surgery.
DANDRITE Affiliated Researcher, Christian Vægter, has received a grant that supports his research in chronic nerve pain.
Anna Barta will work on fruit fly project in Duda Kvitsiani’s lab. Anna will test how fruit flies forage for probabilistic rewards under different metabolic states. For this Anna will use newly developed natural reward delivery system in combination with measurements of metabolic state in individual animals. Anna’s work will be a collaboration between Kvitsiani and Phillipsborn lab and will closely interact with people from both groups.
A blood test that measures cancer DNA in the blood is the pivotal point of a new national research centre which aims to pave the way for new diagnostic methods and for determining the correct treatment for cancer patients. The centre is receiving financial support from the Beat Cancer fundraising campaign.
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