It is not the women who need fixing
The culture and structure are what need to come into focus when it comes to correcting the skewed gender balance at the topmost career levels at Health. This was the recommendation from the Irish gender researcher and Emeritus Professor Pat O'Connor, who was a guest at the academic council’s meeting.
Travel abroad and strengthen your research
Health offers annual mobility and sabbatical scholarships for established researchers at the faculty who wish to travel abroad to conduct research. You can apply for the scholarships now.
Cost reductions in the administration are being brought forward
Cost reductions at HE Administrative Centre must be implemented a year earlier than planned. This has led the management team to pave the way for senior agreements and voluntary redundancy packages already now. A qualified hiring freeze is also being introduced in the administration.
Patients to benefit from new 3D visualisations of the heart
In the future heart surgeons will have access to a new type of 3D visualisation of the cardiac conduction system. This technique could provide improved safety for patients and improve surgical outcomes in patients suffering from heart disease and cardiac malformations, says Dr Robert Stephenson, Aarhus University.
Researchers find the answer to how autoimmune diseases spread
A group of researchers with Danish participation have discovered what causes some autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus to evolve and grow worse. The answer may be the key to curbing other incurable autoimmune diseases where the body begins to attack itself.
The vision process for the dental degree programmes starts now
At the beginning of October, around seventy stakeholders will gather at a workshop at the Sandbjerg Estate to begin the process of creating a vision and a strategic basis for the dental degree programmes at the Department of Dentistry and Oral Health. The goal is to future-proof the degree programmes through innovative thinking.
AU gets a new professor of general medical practice
Kaj Sparle Christensen has been appointed as a new professor of general medical practice at the Department of Public Health at Aarhus University. Here he carries out research and lectures in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders in general practice, among other things.
You can find further PhD defences, inaugural lectures and other events in Health's calendar
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