How can we understand and harness the immune system to fight viral infections?
Join us for an exciting cross-disciplinary initiative in the field of inflammation!
The Faculty of Health Inflammation Network…
Annual symposium of the Research Theme Infection and Inflammation.
Lecturer Stine Yde Nielsen
A new study shows that the amino acid lysine – which affects metabolism – has a promising effect on kidney diseases in humans and animals.
Is cross-disciplinary collaboration through the five faculty research networks the only (right) path to interdisciplinarity? Dean Anne-Mette Hvas gives her take on this in the last article in our series on the faculty research networks. She explains why, after ten years, interdisciplinarity remains a strategic focus area.
Associate Professor Yonglun Luo from Aarhus University has received an EU grant of more than DKK 2 million for his research into genetic engineering as a method to reduce inflammation and stimulate regeneration of injured spinal cord.
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