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Do you have a healthy paranoia when it comes to protecting your research and data access from espionage? You should, according to the Police Intelligence Service (PET), who recently visited Health.
Increased attention is needed to the complications experienced by many patients who survive cardiac arrest in the years after discharge, says researcher behind study.
Associate Professor Felicity Mae Davis is the third recipient of the Biomedicine Diversity Award. She believes that we are not even close to reaching the goal on equity, diversity and inclusion in academia.
On 31 August, the Inflammation Network will host its second annual meeting. The day will include a number of international keynote speakers and will cover all branches within the field of inflammation research. The annual meeting is open to everyone.
Lise Lindahl is a new doctor at Aarhus University, and she can predict how aggressive courses of skin lymphoma will be. Moreover, she has also found a cure.
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