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We conduct research in human biology and diseases at the molecular and cellular level to understand how and why diseases occur.
At the Department of Biomedicine we prioritize hiring skilled teachers, and we have high academic and didactic standards in teaching and supervising.
We are involved in both specific collaborative projects and more informal contacts with external parties, where we can mutually contribute.
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.
Associate Professor Søren Egedal Degn from Aarhus University has received DKK 2.8 million from the LEO Foundation to study the relationship between inflammation of the skin, a specific type of immune cell, and autoimmune disease. Among other things, the research could improve treatment of psoriasis and atopic eczema.
Join us for an exciting cross-disciplinary initiative in the field of inflammation!
The Faculty of Health Inflammation Network…
Lecturer Stine Yde Nielsen
Seminar 5: Feed the reviewer I – Excellence