Independent Research Fund Denmark has just awarded grants totalling DKK 127.3 million, nearly 20 million of which is going to seven of the faculty’s researchers, working in areas as diverse as psychiatry, fertility, heart disease and arthritis.
We do not currently have a treatment for people with the precursor conditions for the bone marrow cancer myeloma. With a grant of just over DKK 1 million from the NEYE Foundation, postdoc Marta Diaz del Castillo of Aarhus University aims to discover how we can curb the development of this cancer type.
Jakob Duelund-Jakobsen, a new doctor at Aarhus University, will improve treatment of patients who suffer from faecal incontinence by calibrating a stimulation electrode more accurately.
AU is taking major steps to save energy right now – and staff are responding with understanding, support and enthusiasm. If you want to help AU save energy, the campaign website has lots of information about the steps being taken across the university – as well as tips on what you can do to contribute.
New research results from iPSYCH show that the underlying genetics of ADHD vary depending on how old you are when you are diagnosed. If you are diagnosed as a child, there is a higher genetic overlap with autism than if you are diagnosed as an adult. An adult diagnosis on the other hand has a higher genetic overlap with the genetics of depression.
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