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Registrar, PhD and postdoc Esben Søndergaard (left) and MD, PhD and postdoc Jakob Appel Østergaard (right), both from Aarhus University, Department of Clinical Medicine and Aarhus University Hospital, Department of Endocrinology and Internal Medicine.

2014.05.13 | Health, Department of Clinical Medicine, People, Grant

Aarhus researchers honoured with scholarship from the Danish Diabetes Association

Jakob Appel Østergaard and Esben Søndergaard from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have just received a scholarship from the Danish Diabetes Association for their research.

Pernille Lassen received the Donal Hollywood award, which was awarded for the first time.
The other award winner is Thomas Ravkilde. He received the Jack Fowler award for best abstract within physics and technology.

2014.05.15 | Health, People

Cancer researchers from Aarhus honoured

Two researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have each received an international award for their cancer research.

Associate Professor Kim Mouridsen from Aarhus University, Department of Clinical Medicine, Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN) and MINDLab.

2014.05.13 | Health, People, Department of Clinical Medicine

One million Danish kroner towards brain cancer research

Kim Mouridsen from Aarhus University has received DKK one million from the Lundbeck Foundation. The money will go towards improving the treatment of patients with brain cancer.

The Department of Clinical Biochemistry will be gathered in one location in Skejby in the spring of 2015. Holger Jon Møller has been appointed professor and chair for this department.

2014.05.01 | Health

New professor and chair for AU and AUH

Holger Jon Møller has been appointed professor and chair at Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital, Department of Clinical Biochemistry. He takes up the position at the department – which is the largest of its kind in Denmark – on 1 July 2014. From 2015 the department will be gathered at one location in Skejby.

April 10 2014: The six researchers were awarded the scholarships and gave a brief introduction to their research projects.

2014.05.01 | Health, People, Grant

Scholarships worth millions to researchers from Aarhus

Six researchers from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital have just received scholarships from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

The Falcon 9 Rocket that will carry the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft to the ISS. Photo: SpaceX

2014.04.14 | Health, Department of Biomedicine, Research

Denmark sends cancer cells to the International Space Station

For the first time, Denmark is sending human cells to the International Space Station ISS with an American spacecraft that blasts into space on 14 April 2014 with cancer cells on board. The aim is to examine the reaction of the cancer cells to weightlessness as this can contribute important new knowledge to the treatment of cancer.

According to a new survey, many Danes find it difficult to navigate in the healthcare jungle.

2014.04.11 | Health

As many as one in five do not understand messages about health

After the first survey of the problems faced by Danes when navigating in messages about health, researchers from Aarhus University say that the healthcare system must be more user-friendly.

The Department of Public Health has involved colleagues from the Department of Business Communication at School of Business and Social Sciences in the master's program in public health. And it inspires both the director of studies and students. Photo: Jesper Rais/AU Communication.

2014.04.24 | Health, Education, Knowledge exchange

Successful teaching partnership between Public Health Science and the Department of Business Communication

Both the director of studies and the students on the Master’s Degree Programme in Public Health Science are excited about the course on health communication, which is offered by lecturers from the research group on knowledge communication at the School of Business and Social Sciences.

The members of the FSU at Health have now spent two years working in the committee. They provide a status update and evaluate a turbulent period characterised by great changes at the university. Photo: Lars Kruse/AU Communication.

2014.04.24 | Health, Staff

FSU: status after two years’ work

Health’s current Faculty Liaison Committee (FSU) has existed for two years. Two years with lots of changes and challenges. Now is the time for an evaluation of the committee’s work, format of the meetings and communication efforts. Three employee representatives talk about their experiences.

”The budget cutbacks at Health now have finished and, unfortunately, we have to say goodbye to a number of employees,” says Dean Allan Flyvbjerg.

2014.04.01 | Health

The cost reduction plans have now been rolled out

The process of preparing and effectuating the local cost reduction plans at the departments is now complete. At Health, 30 employees have received information on planned redundancy, while 38 have come to an agreement on voluntary resignation. In addition, four employees have negotiated a senior staff scheme.

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