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Photo: Anna Kirstine Winthereik

2016.11.09 | PhD defense

General practitioners can make a difference in palliative care for dying patients

A new PhD project at Aarhus University, Health focuses on general practitioners' efforts with palliative treatment of severely ill patients. Behind the project is MD Anna Kirstine Winthereik who defends her thesis on 11th November 2016. (In Danish).

The quality of treatment and examinations has been a crucial factor in Aarhus University Hospital today being awarded the title of Denmark’s best hospital.

2014.12.16 | Awards

Aarhus University Hospital is the best hospital in Denmark

Aarhus University Hospital was today awarded the title of Denmark’s best hospital by the Danish healthcare newspaper Dagens Medicin.

Esben Thyssen Vestergaard will use his grant to conduct more research into insulin resistance and the hormone ghrelin, which is known as the body's ‘hunger hormone’.

2014.11.19 | People

Researcher from Aarhus receives grant for diabetes research

Esben Thyssen Vestergaard from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has received DKK 100,000 from the Riisfort Foundation for his research project. The project will, among other things, take a closer look at whether the hormone ghrelin causes type 2 diabetes.

Per Borghammer has just received the Marie Curie Award for his research into Parkinson's disease.

2014.11.05 | People

Internationally recognised award presented to young researcher from Aarhus

Per Borghammer from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has just received the Marie Curie Award. He received the award, which was presented for his research into Parkinson's disease, at the annual congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine.

Telemedicine is beneficial for patients who have undergone hip surgery. They can return home the day after the operation and achieve the same results with the support of telemedicine.
Medical doctor and PhD student Martin Vesterby has carried out the study.

2014.11.03 | Research

Hip surgery patients heal at home in front of the TV

Telemedicine is helpful for patients who have undergone major hip surgery. Shortly after the operation they can be sent home to sit in front of the TV, from where they can see rehabilitation exercises, confer with the doctor and read about their medicine.

2014.10.07 | Department of Clinical Medicine

Incurable cancer patients can have new drugs tested on themselves

Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital are partners in the world's first national collaboration between public hospitals, universities and the pharmaceutical industry, which will offer new medicines to cancer patients who cannot otherwise be helped with normal treatment.

Danish HIV research published in new international online journal. Photo: Colourbox

2014.09.22 | Department of Clinical Medicine

Danish HIV research published in The Lancet

The final results from a study conducted by a group of Danish researchers have just been published in The Lancet HIV. In this human pilot clinical trial a cancer drug was used to drive HIV out of hiding by activating production of latent virus.

The Danish CPR register is a unique tool for research in clinical pathways to diseases.

2014.09.15 | Department of Clinical Medicine

Researchers map out the advantages of the Danish CPR system

The Danish civil registration register (CPR register) is a goldmine for health research, but its potential has not been fully utilised. That is the opinion of researchers from Aarhus who are the first people to map out how the Danish CPR register system can be utilised in health science research.

2014.07.23 | Department of Clinical Medicine, Research

Anti-cancer drug kicks HIV out of hiding

Danish researchers take another small step in the fight against HIV

2014.07.23 | Department of Clinical Medicine, Research

Anti-cancer drug kicks HIV out of hiding

Danish researchers take another small step in the fight against HIV

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