Independent Research Fund Denmark has just awarded grants totalling DKK 127.3 million, nearly 20 million of which is going to seven of the faculty’s researchers, working in areas as diverse as psychiatry, fertility, heart disease and arthritis.
The equipment was brand new, the buildings only on loan, and the study environment was top notch when the first sports students arrived at Aarhus University 25 years ago. Since then, ‘stretching and bending’ has been partly replaced by a multidisciplinary and clear academic profile, but the programme is still in great shape.
What happens in the communication when patients find the efforts of the healthcare staff helpful? This is described by a research result from Department of Public Health.
Health promotion among women with recent gestational diabetes and their families
Join us for at our exciting evet when The Faculty of Health Cardiovascular network hosts its
3rd Annual Meeting
The day will…
New research contributes to a better understanding of the role of the sortilin receptor in dementia
Tools, guidelines and services for all staff members
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