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MINDLab is a cross-cutting neuroscience and cognition research framework at Aarhus University, funded by the Danish Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation as part of the Danish governments UNIK initiative, aiming to promote world-class research at Danish Universities.

MINDLab is based on fruitful collaborations among leading research groups across Faculties and Institutes at Aarhus University, centered at the Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN) and the research focus area Cognition, Communication and Culture (CCC). The project expands and strengthens this collaboration, addressing central scientific problems within culture, music, language and memory. Combining this knowledge with research on novel technologies to examine the living brain, and on the most devastating neurological and psychiatric disorders, we hope to create new means to preserve and recover function and quality-of-life in relation to diseases accounting for 35% of the disease burden in Denmark. MINDLab will also develop new forms of teaching and sharing of knowledge, exploiting crucial synergies across traditional disciplines.


20 September 2013
Professor Leif Østergaard, head of CFIN and MINDLab has received funding for ARCADIA - an aging and dementia research project at Aarhus University.

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1 September 2013
Morten Overgaard elected member of Young Academy of Europe (YAE).

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5 July 2013
Two articles from the Interacting Minds Center among most read in June 2013 in Psychological Science.

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1 July 2013
DINEA - Danish Integrative Neuroscience Alliance. New initiative at Copenhagen, Aarhus and Aalborg Universities.

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16 June 2013
Hunger and Hoarding
Study on resource sharing by Michael Bang Petersen and Lene Aarøe.

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5-7 December 2013
The second Aarhus CTTH Workshop will be held on 5-7 December 2013 at ARoS Art Museum and the DNC Auditorium, Aarhus University Hospital. The objectives for the workshop is to address the relations between blood-brain-barrier function, vascular signaling, and neurovascular coupling in health and disease.
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7 October 2013
MINDLab / Interacting Minds Symposium
Theoretical issues arising from recent research on pain and pain empathy:
A symposium with Frederique de Vignemont.
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2-5 September 2013
MINDLab Recurrence Analysis Workshop
Implementation of Recurrence Quantification Analysis on Real-World Data of All Kinds
by Charles L. Webber, Jr., Ph.D.
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