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DCE has received funding from two of the Danish Cancer Society’s programs for research funding
Morten Schmidt, who has just defended his higher doctoral dissertation at Aarhus University, examines what it means for the outcome of heart disease when heart patients also suffer from other diseases, which is called multimorbidity.
Do patients with acute kidney injury suffer a long-term decrease in kidney function and therefore a greater risk of chronic kidney and cardiovascular diseases? And what is the prognosis for the different kidney diseases? These are some of the questions that Christian Fynbo Christiansen will try to answer in his new professorship at Aarhus University.
Reimar Niels Wernich Thomsen is newly-appointed professor of metabolic disease epidemiology at Aarhus University. He conducts research into how more targeted treatment can reduce the risk of serious complications in connection with e.g. overweight and type 2 diabetes.
For decades, the number of people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes has steadily increased – until 2012 when this trend suddenly stopped. Danish researchers now link this development to the roll-out of a new diagnosis method.
The latest PhD thesis from DCE investigates the role of socioeconomic status in relation to total hip arthroplasty.
Mette Nørgaard has been appointed acting chief physician at Department of Clinical Epidemiology as of November 1. Mette is professor of urological…
A study from DCE and Stanford University has investigated the possible link between persistent sleep disturbances and an increased risk of Alzheimer’s.
New PhD thesis from DCE investigates the risk, prognosis, and prevention of late breast cancer recurrence.
On Friday, postdoc Jakob Tarp received a research award presented by the Head of the Danish Diabetes Association Jørgen Andersen.
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