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29 november 2018

Internal focus

Here are the first 21 Honorary Skou Professors
They have been discussed a lot over the last few years. The fifty recognised researchers from foreign top universities who will be affiliated with Health and hold the title of Honorary Skou Professor. Now we can reveal the initial 21 names.

Remember to register your publications in PURE
2018 is coming to an end, and this means that you need to be aware of deadlines and practical information in connection with the reporting procedure for the university’s publications in PURE


The age of puberty for Danish children appears to continue to fall
On average, girls have their first menstrual period three months earlier than their mother. This is shown by a new Danish study from Aarhus University, which suggests that Danish children goes through puberty earlier than their parents.

People news

Parasite researcher receives substantial grant
Peter Nejsum from Aarhus University and Aarhus University Hospital has just received DKK three million from Horizon 2020. The grant will be used to develop a device that can sort nanoparticles, which can have importance for treatment and diagnosis.

New Aarhus professor looks into music perception
Marcus T. Pearce is newly appointed as professor of cognitive neuroscience at Aarhus University. Here he will conduct research into the psychological mechanisms that come into play when we listen to and create music.

AU professor receives the general practitioners prize of honour
Flemming Bro, professor at Aarhus University and general practitioner, has received the general practitioners prize of honour, the Halfdan Mahler Prize. He receives the prize for his work on creating coherence between research and quality improvement.

upcoming events

PhD defence: Sorosh Tabatabaeifar
Ipsen Lecture 2018
PhD defence: Gunhild Mo Hansen

You can find further PhD defences, inaugural lectures and other events in Health's calendar

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