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"A fantastic supervisor, who has always found time in his otherwise busy schedule for his students: To answer emails, answer the questions we have when we drop by his office and for the regular supervision meetings, meetings that are held under the mantra: Ask the stupid questions - if you don’t ask, you’ll remain stupid!” These were among the reasons given for Erik Parner being awarded the PhD supervisor of the year title.

2014.03.20 | Health

The supervisor leads by example

Erik Parner has been named PhD supervisor of the Year at Health. He confirms what the results of a new study from Aarhus University already show: A good collaboration between supervisor and student is of great importance for the PhD students’ well-being and academic performance.

Professor Troels Staehelin Jensen is one of the organizers of the symposium.

2014.03.20 | Research

Experts in whiplash visit Aarhus

From 21-23 March, Aarhus University is holding a research symposium on the very diverse consequences of whiplash accidents. A number of the world’s leading experts will be participating.

Danes admitted to hospital with blood poisoning have increased risk of suffering a blood clot, shows new Danish study.

2014.03.14 | Research

Blood poisoning increases the risk of blood clots

Danish researchers are behind the world’s largest study of the correlation between blood poisoning and the risk of blood clots.

Professor Erik Parner researches in the development and use of statistical methods to analyze health data.

2014.03.20 | Health, People, Department of Public Health

Prize to biostatistician

Erik Parner from Aarhus University has received the Stata Journal Editors’ Prize 2013.

The annual congress for medical student research provides the opportunity for inspiration and networking (archive photo).

2014.03.25 | Events

Student congress helps aspiring researchers on their way

AU’s Society for Medical Student Research is again holding its annual congress for all medical students in Denmark. The congress gives the students a foretaste of scientific presentations in the research environment.

Using new methods, Trine Hyrup Mogensen will analyse the entire genome in patients with inflammation of the brain. The new knowledge will improve the prevention and treatment of inflammation of the brain.

2014.03.18 | Health

Grant will direct focus towards immunodeficiency disorders

Trine Hyrup Mogensen from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received financial support from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Medical Sciences to examine immunodeficiency in patients with inflammation of the brain.

Lecturer of the Year, professor in Medical physiology Ole Bækgaard Nielsen (to the right), together with Dean of Health, Allan Flyvbjerg.

2014.03.20 | Health

Lecturer of the Year again, again, again

For the third time, the students have chosen Ole Bækgaard Nielsen as Lecturer of the Year at Health.

Clinical research from Aarhus University suggests that a newly developed type of filter can help people with nasal symptoms from seasonal hay fever.

2014.03.07 | Health, Research

Danish nasal filter looks promising for allergy sufferers

Clinical research from Aarhus University suggests that a newly developed type of filter can help people with nasal symptoms from seasonal hay fever.

Associate Professor and PhD Lisbeth Uhrenfeldt from Aarhus University, Department of Public Health.

2014.03.13 | Health, People, Department of Public Health

Lisbeth Uhrenfeldt new Associate Professor in Horsens

Registered nurse, senior researcher and PhD Lisbeth Uhrenfeldt has started work as associate professor in a joint position created by Aarhus University, the Regional Hospital Horsens and the Central Denmark Region.

Grant recipient Michael Skovdal Rathleff from Aarhus University, Department of Clinical Medicine.

2014.03.11 | Health, People, Department of Clinical Medicine

Expert in knee pain receives millions

PhD student Michael Skovdal Rathleff works with children and adolescents who experience knee pain. He recently received a little more than DKK two million for his research from the Danish Council for Independent Research.

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