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An extensive study of more than one million Danes who have been tested for corona now confirms what several smaller studies have already indicated: That the risk of getting corona, being hospitalised or dying from the disease, is no higher for people taking medication such as ACE inhibitors and Angiotensin II receptor blockers.
Danish basic research gets a major boost with almost DKK 300 mil. from the Carlsberg Foundation — 50.6 mil. of which goes to 43 AU researchers.
Undergoing circumcision as an infant has delayed psychological complications. This is shown by an international study led by researchers from Aarhus University.
She will assist in the Novelty Induced Memory Boost research project under Tomonori Takeuchi's team. She is really excited to see how working with this project will turn out to be!
Now is the time to stand for election as an occupational health and safety representative in your unit. The nomination period has begun and will continue until 8 January 2021.
Associate Professor Rasmus O. Bak from Aarhus University receives a Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowship and DKK five million towards his research into blood stem cells. Using CRISPR/Cas technology, he seeks new knowledge about the human genome that can lead to the development of new medicines for patients with serious blood disorders.
Professor Venerino Poletti is internationally recognised for his research into respiratory diseases. On 1 December he will officially become an honorary professor at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, where he will strengthen the field of respiratory medical research, education and treatment.
Postdoc Lasse Reimer from Poul Henning Jensen's group has been awarded the Danish Parkinson’s foundation ”Young Scientist Award 2020” for his work on posttranslational modifications of ?-synuclein in relation to pathology in Parkinson’s disease. Along with the award follows a grant of 12.500 DKK.
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