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New PhD thesis from DCE investigates the effects that a threatened abortion may have on the health of the child (if born alive) and the mother.
Professor Henrik Toft Sørensen is the recipient of the 2023 Marie and August Krogh Prize in recognition of his major contribution to epidemiological research.
Even though a blood clot in the brain can have severe physical and cognitive consequences, more than half of all patients who suffer a stroke have returned to the labour market two years later.
Three researchers at DCE have received funding for new projects
A new study from Aarhus University shows that people diagnosed with a mental disorder on average work 10.5 years less compared with the general population. The study is the first to map an estimate of working years lost associated with mental disorders.
New PhD thesis from DCE explores how different analytic methods can be applied to account for biases in studies investigating the association between use of antidepressants during pregnancy and the risk of ADHD in the offspring.
Professor Mette Nørgaard is permanently employed as chief physician at Department of Clinical Epidemiology (DCE). She has been acting chief physician since 1 November 2021.
New PhD thesis from DCE investigates different aspects of the Danish screening program for colorectal cancer with the aim of contributing to the knowledge about the pros and cons of this type of screening program.
Associate professor Oleguer Plana-Ripoll receives Sapere Aude research leader grant from The Independent Research Fund Denmark of DKK 6.2 million to examine how mental disorders impact our society.
New PhD thesis from DCE explores developments in the occurrence and prognosis of stroke in Denmark – with particular focus on adults aged less than 50 years.
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