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The two awards for best research communication at the Danish Cancer Research Days 2021 both go to researchers at DCE.
New doctoral dissertation (higher doctorate) from DCE investigates the association between venous thromboembolism and 1) cancer, 2) arterial cardiovascular events, and 3) death
DCE has once again received funding from the Novo Nordisk Foundation. Several of these grants are in collaboration with great national and international clinical colleagues.
DCE researchers behind best paper published in Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug Safety
The International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management (ICPE) is a highlight of the year for many of our staff. This year, the conference was moved online due to COVID-19. The Society hosted a 2-day virtual event called ICPE All Access with live sessions and presentations on demand.
New PhD thesis from DCE investigates the prevalence of type 2 diabetes complications and the association between selected complications and mannose-binding lectin.
New PhD thesis from DCE investigates the incidence, prognosis, and treatment effectiveness of type 2 diabetes in Denmark.
Clinical Associate Professor Christian Fynbo Christiansen has received a grant for his project to uncover how acute kidney injury affects the risk of subsequently developing chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular disease, and premature death.
Specialty registrar at Department of Surgery at the Regional Hospital in Randers, Rune Erichsen is new head consultant at Department of Clinical Epidemiology (DCE).
Mortality among infants in Denmark varies depending on place of residence. Children born in areas with less well-off people have a higher risk of dying.
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