How to Collaborate with us


Collaborate with our Researchers

We conduct research in: infection and inflammation, neuroscience, membranes and personalised medicine. Each research theme covers a number of specialised research groups. Please contact us, if you want to collaborate with our researchers.


Core-facilities at Biomedicine

You can order a research service from one of the department's core facilities. The core facilities have special skills and equipment, and they offer specialized services to universities, hospitals and businesses.


See technologies for licensing

You can access the latest research within a specific area by entering into an agreement with Aarhus University on licensing a research result.


Types of Research Collaboration

You have the opportunity to enter into three types of collaboration with researchers from Biomedicine: Co-financed research, commissioned research or a scheme where you hire an industrial researcher in your company for a limited period.


Need more information?


Please contact Claus Olesen, if you are interested in a strategic partnership where your company or organization commits to cooperating with the Department of Biomedicine in research or innovation during a period of time.

Our special competences are the development of pharma products in the fields of infection and inflammation, neuroscience, membrane research and personalised medicine.

At our disposal is Denmark's most intelligent research house, the Skou-building, including 3,000 square meters state-of-the-art animal barn with room for 30,000 mice and rats.


Come and Meet Us



Medical Innovation Day

Medical Innovation Day is an annual event, which brings together medical companies and students studying any discipline with relation to medicine, health and healthcare.


Match Making Day

Come to Match Making Day, where companies have the opportunity to meet students and researchers with particular interest in business collaboration.


Case: Solving Societal Problems Together


Collaboration on xenotransplantation

"We have a wonderful collaboration with Lin and Alun on pig xenotransplantation."
Professor George Church, Harvard University

A large number of researchers from universities in Denmark and abroad such as Harvard, Stanford and KU Leuven have teamed up with our research staff to develop new ideas and solve societal problems together. Harvard professor George Church collaborates with assistant professors Lin Lin and Yonglun Luo from our department on turning pigs into organ donors.