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2018.12.14 | Scientific staff, Research

Two postdoc positions for new research project

Department of Clinical Medicine, Interacting Minds Centre seeks to fill two vacant positions as postdoc in the interdisciplinary, anthropological project: Borderlands of living. Tracing states of (un-)consciousness between the irreversible and the potential.

2018.12.10 | Grants

Autistic role models helping to improve quality of life

A research project based at the School of Culture and Society aims to find out how autistic role models can help young people on the autism spectrum to identify positively with their life situation. The Velux Foundation is supporting the project to the tune of DKK 4.6 million.

2018.12.06 | People

Paola Columbano, guest student

New face at IMC

Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan, Independent Research Fund Denmark

2018.12.05 | Grants

Rethinking the Choice Process

Professor Jacob L. Orquin receives Sapere Aude Research Leader 2018 grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark

2018.12.03 | People

Becoming Social

Monday December 3rd Christine Parsons appears in a BBC documentary

Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan, Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond

2018.11.30 | Grants

ERC funding for studying human adaptations during the last ice age

Felix Riede has received a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council for studying human responses to rapidly changing climates and environments, migration and adaptation.

2018.11.23 | Grants

Tracing uncertainties of prognostics, at the intersection of scientific and clinical reasoning around patients with severe brain injury

Associate professor Mette Terp Høybye has been awarded a Carlsberg Foundation Distinguished Fellowship of DKK 2,897,000 for the project “Borderlands of living. Tracing states of (un-)consciousness between the irreversible and the potential” The project will be carried out at the IMC and Silkeborg Regional Hospital over the…

2018.11.22 | Grants

How do children co-create play interaction?

Ella Paldam has been awarded a Carlsberg Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Denmark grant of DKK 1.250.000 for the project ‘How do children co-create play interaction? Cultural frameworks for collaboration.’ The project will be carried out at the IMC for the next three years. Ella Paldam’s research is co-funded by the PLAYTrack project and…

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