Aarhus University logo / Aarhus Universitets logo
A research project from the Center for Music in the Brain at Aarhus University challenges established theory about the dominant hemisphere of the brain, a researcher explains.
Associate Professor Lars Wiuff Andersen from the Department of Clinical Medicine has received this year's Anders Jahre Award for young medical researchers. The prize is awarded by the University of Oslo and is regarded as one of the most prestigious research prizes.
In October, anyone with an interest in brain research will have a unique opportunity to meet yet another Nobel Laureate. Professor Edvard Moser will visit Aarhus University and give a Nobel Laurate Talk on the brain’s inner GPS.
Together with researchers from the other Nordic countries, researchers from Aarhus are behind a unique study that has collected individual data on the use of anti-epileptic medicine by more than four million pregnant women and their children throughout the Nordic region. The study shows that use of anti-epileptic medicine during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of autism and cognitive impairment.
Søren Riis Paludan has received numerous prizes, the most recent being Aarhus University's oldest scientific award. Meet the professor, who loves writing research applications, hates small talk and has learned to focus on his potential.
Improving the first five minutes of resuscitation after in-hospital cardiac arrest
Diagnostics in Childhood Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Outcome of Adenotonsillotomy
Immunotherapy technology for redirection of vaccine-induced cytotoxic immune responses to eliminate cancer or HIV-1-infected target cells
The influence of genetics and socioeconomic position on breast cancer survivorship in premenopausal women
Residents’ clinical decision-making and adaptability in the Emergency Department