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The research is organised in three areas: basic and translational research, tools and infrastructure and clinical studies.
At iPSYCH, we work to find the causes and improve the treatment and prevention of five of the most serious mental illnesses: autism, ADHD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression.
At the Department of Molecular Medicine, we are researching better diagnostics and treatment of cancer as well as hormone and heart disease. We combine clinical, molecular and bioinformatic studies.
The goal of the Centre for Functionally Integrative Neuroscience / MINDLab is to understand the ability of the human brain to adapt to experience during normal development, learning and interaction with the surrounding social and physical environment.
DPRC is researching chronic pain, especially neuropathic pain, and its mission is to investigate the underlying mechanisms of neuropathic pain and improve treatment.
IDNC is an international multidisciplinary initiative based at Aarhus University, which aims to study the development of painful and non-painful neuropathy as a consequence of diabetes.