The vision of Department of Health Science and Technology, HST, is to improve health throughout society by development of new devices, methods and therapies, and by prevention of illness. Specifically, the North Denmark Region is a field of interest, the aim being to reduce the shortage of doctors and collaborate with industry.
Institut for Medicin og Sundhedsteknologi Department of Health Science and Technology
From Molecule to Society
Research at HST spans “from Molecule to Society”. It is conducted on 1) the human cell and the molecules it is built from, 2) the human body within e.g. neurology, pain, rehabilitation, biomechanics and cardiology, and 3) medical informatics systems within areas as image analysis, decision support and telemedicine.
The laboratories of HST support research as well as teaching, and the physical dimensions of objects in the laboratories span from micrometers (the cell) to several meters (human run).
12.10.2015 at 01.00 PM - 05.00 PM
PhD lecture by Fang Wang
Fang Wang will defend her PhD thesis: "The Effects of Environmental Factors on Smooth Muscle Cells Differentiation from Adipose-Derived Stem Cells and Esophagus Tissue Engineering" based on research work performed at Department of Health Science and Technology, Biomedicine Group
15.10.2015 at 01.00 PM - 05.00 PM
Ph.D. lecture by Mads Jochumsen
Mads Jochumsen will defend his PhD thesis: "Analysis of Movement-Related Cortical Potentials for Brain-Computer Interfacing in Stroke Rehabilitation" based on his research work performed at SMI®, Department of Health Science and Technology
Telehealth network across the Atlantic Ocean
Transatlantic Telehealth Research Network featured on a blog
PhD student wins two awards at IFPA 2015
SUND PhD student was awarded at the the IFPA Meeting 2015 for her research within the field of placentology
New employees & appointments October 2015:
Enrico De Martino
Martin Vandborg Andersen