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A future in which patients with rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis and spondyloarthritis receive the correct medication in the first attempt. This is the hope of a newly published research project, which brings individualised treatment of severe rheumatic diseases within reach.
Sweet soft drinks and lots of sugar increase the risk of both dental cavities and inflammation of the gums – known as periodontal diseases – and if this is the case, then healthy eating habits should be prioritised even more. This is the conclusion of a research result from Aarhus University.
Existing buildings in the University City are to be certified based on a system that measures sustainability. This was decided at the recent meeting of the Campus 2.0 steering group.
Simon Arvin has been awarded this years Health Student Research Price at the Health PhD day dinner party on 24 January. The prize is awarded to a student that Health wishes to recognise as someone who have submitted extraordinary work. Congratulations!
In the period 3 – 24 February, employees at AU can fill out a form to apply for a salary increase in the 2020 salary negotiations.
Saida will focus on studies concerning structural and functional mechanism of the GABA transporter subtype one by combining electrophysiological, fluorescence-based methods and unnatural amino acid mutagenesis. The role of the GABAergic system in mental disorders in general and in depression in particular is gaining momentum. Structural information about the GABA transporter and knowledge of how ligand and ion binding control conformational change can provide the basis for developing drugs that target it
Are you interested in how Aarhus University can reduce its CO2 emissions? Join us on 29 January at a meeting of AU's sustainability network to discuss the university's draft climate strategy.
Fitness training is good for many things. But can it also slow the development of the disease in people with Parkinson’s disease? This is what Associate Professor Ulrik Dalgas from Aarhus University is investigating in a new research project.
The students have voted and selected this year’s Lecturers of the Year at Health. So for the next year, six of the faculty’s lecturers can pride themselves on being ‘Lecturer of the Year’.
Professor Vivi Schlünssen from Aarhus University is part of an international research consortium, which has received a total of DKK 80 million from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme to investigate how exposure to e.g. chemicals or light at work affects European citizen’s health status.
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