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2016.03.16 | Students

Avoid parking fines: New parking rules for selected car parks in the University Park

Between 15 March and 1 October 2016, three car parks at the University Park will be reserved for AU employees between 7:00 and 17:00 on weekdays as part of a pilot project aimed at improving parking conditions for employees. Students are advised to find alternative car parks in order to avoid a parking fine.

2016.02.23 | Students

All IT systems at AU Library/State and University Library will be closed from 4th-7th March

Due to a relocation of the server rooms at the State and University Library, all IT systems at the State and University Library and the AU Library will be out of service on Friday, March 4 at 18:00 to Monday, 7 March at 12:00. In addition, the State and University Library will be closed for access on Saturday, March 5.

2016.02.16 | Students

Fewer usernames and passwords

AU now offers students 'Same-Sign-On' for a number of AU's IT systems and services. Same-Sign-On means that you use the same username and password to log on to different systems/services.

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News from Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics

Project day for Bachelor and Master student

The Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics holds a "Project Day" where researchers from the department will present projects for Bachelor and Master students on:

  • Wednesday 24 May 2017 at 14-16

in the old canteen at pavillion by the Science Park, Gustav Wieds Vej 10 (building 3140).

News

Immunohistochemical staining of liver biopsy specimens. Inflammatory cells are more numerous in the portal tracts and liver lobules of patients with the CC genotype at rs12979860 than in patients with the CT/TT genotype, while there was no difference according to IFN-λ4 activity. (a–c) (original magnifications, 200×). Photos: Storr Liver Centre, Australia.

2017.04.19 | Research

Mapping of genetic properties affecting the degree of liver injury

An international research team led by Professor Jacob George of Storr Liver Centre in Sydney, Australia - with the participation of researchers from Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University - has mapped the human genetic properties affecting the degree of liver injury in patients with hepatitis C virus infection.

Jørgen Kjems

2017.04.19 | Grant

Jørgen Kjems Director of new Danish National Research Foundation Center

A new basic research centre – CellPAT – will identify how cells ‘talk’ to each other, and thereby make it possible to prevent or correct the type of communication errors that lead to illness.

Poul Nissen, Sadegh Nabavi, Hanne Poulsen and Magnus Kjærgaard.

2017.04.19 | Grant

Four researchers from MBG participate in a new Danish National Research Foundation Centre

Together with Anders Nykjær (Centre Director) and Marco Capogna from the Department of Biomedicine, Poul Nissen, Sadegh Nabavi, Hanne Poulsen and Magnus Kjærgaard from MBG/DANDRITE/iNANO receive DKK 62 million to start the Center for Proteins in Memory (PROMEMO).

Thomas Boesen

2017.04.19 | Grant

Thomas Boesen participates in a new Danish National Research Foundation Centre

Together with Lars Peter Nielsen (Centre Director), Nils Risgaard-Petersen and Andreas Schramm from Bioscience, Elena Ferapontova, iNANO and Filip Meysman, AIAS, Thomas Boesen from MBG receive DKK 56 million for the Center for Electromicrobiology.

Events

Tue 25 Apr
13:15-14:00 | AIAS Auditorium (building 1632-201)
A joint Kjeldgaard & DANDRITE Lecture: Botond Roska: The first steps in vision: cell types, circuits and repair
Fri 28 Apr
13:00-15:00 | 1170-440, Library, Ole Worms Allé 3
Qualifying exam: Motor Control of Drosophila Courtship Song
Angela O'Sullivan
Tue 02 May
08:30-17:30 | Lakeside Lecture Theatres (Søauditorierne)
Neuroscience Day 2017