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Consultant, academic coordinator and PhD Søren Peter Jørgensen, Aarhus University, Department of Clinical Medicine and the Regional Hospital of Horsens.

2014.04.08 | Health, Department of Clinical Medicine, People

Academic coordinator will strengthen collaboration between Aarhus and Horsens

Søren Peter Jørgensen has recently taken up the position of academic coordinator at the Regional Hospital of Horsens. The appointment is part of the collaboration between Aarhus University and the Regional Hospital of Horsens.

Herman Autrups goal is to raise awareness of the risk assessment in countries where there is a great need.

2014.04.10 | Health, People, Awards

Major American award won by researcher from Aarhus

Professor Herman Autrup from Aarhus University has just received the Society of Toxicology Education Award. The award was made for his long-standing contribution to research into toxicology, which is the research into toxins and chemical substances.

Professor Mogens Johannsen.

2014.04.10 | Health, People

Researcher receives distinguished research grant

Mogens Johannsen from Aarhus University has received Ingeborg and Leo Dannins Scholarship for Scientific Research for 2014. In addition to the recognition, the award includes DKK 350,000 towards the implementation of new research initiatives in the area of biological ageing.

Patients with deficient parathyroid hormone have a reduced quality of life. Tanja Tvistholm Sikjær will help these patients by carrying out more research in the area.

2014.04.03 | Health

Grant will shine a spotlight on hormone-related diseases

Tanja Tvistholm Sikjær from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received a grant from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The grant is to be used to gain more knowledge about patients with a deficiency of the parathyroid hormone.

A surprising number of patients experience psychological problems after receiving mechanical ventilation.

2014.03.20 | Research

Critical illness increases risk of psychological problems

New research shows that every seventh person who has received mechanical ventilation risks developing anxiety, depression and insomnia. Improved prevention is needed, according to the professor behind the study.

Thanks to the research funds from the Danish Council for Independent Research, Mette Laursen can travel to Hamburg to further develop her research competencies. Photo: Lisbeth Heilesen, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics.

2014.03.25 | Health, Department of Biomedicine, People

Postdoc receives a large grant for research stay in Germany

Mette Laursen from Aarhus University has received a grant of approx. DKK two million from the Danish Council for Independent Research. The grant will finance a two-year stay at EMBL Hamburg where she will carry out research into combating tuberculosis.

"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.

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