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New Danish research confirms the correlation between epilepsy and depression, and shows that the risk of depression is at a maximum a few years before and after an epilepsy diagnosis, and vice versa.
The university’s high-performance computing facility, GenomeDK, enables researchers to analyse and store large volumes of sensitive data drawn from all corners of bioinformatics and life science. A new certificate emphasises the high level of security.
This year, three researchers from BIOMED, a researcher from Public Health and a researcher from Clinical Medicine will receive Ascending Investigator grants from the Lundbeck Foundation. The grants will help to strengthen research in the field of neuroscience and the treatment of diseases relating to the nervous system.
A new study confirms that a low dose of anticoagulant medicine is sufficient to prevent new blood clots in pregnant women who have previously had thrombosis.
Assistant Professor Iben Lyskjær Heimann and Clinical Specialist Anne Sofie Dam Laursen, both of the Department of Clinical Medicine, have each received almost DKK 2.9 million from Independent Research Fund Denmark for research in immunotherapy and the risk of spontaneous abortion, respectively.
Epidemiology of Stroke in Denmark - Studies of occurrence and prognosis with an emphasis on younger adults
The Danish screening program for colorectal cancer
Minimising use of cystoscopy in follow-up of non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer
Detection of patients with serious pathology in Danish primary care physiotherapy
Prediction of treatment response in patients with bladder cancer