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The election to the occupational health and safety organisation at Aarhus University is over and the elected representatives are now ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work. But what can your local occupational health and safety representative help you with?
Assistant Professors Nelson Ferreira and Nádia Pereira Gonçalves from Poul Henning Jensen and Christian Bjerggaard Vægter laboratories, respectively, have published a paper entitled “Trans synaptic spreading of alpha synuclein pathology through sensory afferents leads to sensory nerve degeneration and neuropathic pain” in Acta Neuropathologica Communications.
View DANDRITE Group Leader Mark Denham introduce the MiCO Platform Project and its aim in this video. The MiCO Platform Project is one of the first five projects funded by ODIN - the Open Discovery Innovation Network. View the video here.
Postdoc Thibaud Dieudonné from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Aarhus University receives the highly prestigious Marie Sk?odowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to study how a human lipid transporter is linked to a rare inherited liver disease.
In digital transformation, it is common that only one-fifth of the resources required are spent on the actual digital solutions. The remaining four-fifths go to cultural and process changes. Successful transformation therefore demands sharp focus on regularly involving the users. This was very clear to AU Finance and Estates Projects and Development when they recently launched AU’s new webshop.
Political scientist Francis Fukuyama, Microsoft CEO Marianne Dahl and Minister of Finance Nicolai Wammen will be among the participants at this year's MatchPoints conference on digitalisation and democracy from 27-29 May at Aarhus University. Register now.
A green year has begun. At least at AU, where 68 new climate initiatives will contribute to the university’s green transition.
A new research project at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital aims to pave the way for more gentle treatment of patients with cancer of the vulva. Professor and Consultant Pernille Tine Jensen is heading the nationwide project, which has been made possible by two grants totalling DKK 4.3 million.
While the development of the new dental study programmes quietly continues at Health, what is known as ‘The Aarhus Model of Dental Education’ has earned plenty of attention internationally. Combining educations and teaching might seem obvious. Nonetheless, no one has really done it before.
Three research projects from Health receive funding from the Novo Nordisk Foundation’s ‘Interdisciplinary Synergy’ programmes. The three projects receive a total of DKK 25 million and common to them all is that they cross professional boundaries in search of new solutions to concrete health challenges.
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