Research Groups and Centres

Through interaction of engineering, sports science and medicine, researchers of Department of Health Science and Technology develop methods to understand and control human biological systems – to assess physiological functions, to diagnose and restore impaired functions, and to retrieve, transmit, interpret and present person-specific information.

SMI®

SMI®

Translational research in neuroscience and engineering is the primary focus of SMI® (Sensory-Motor Interaction). The aim is to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic methods in the areas of pain, motor control, sports sciences, and rehabilitation.SMI® is an international research and training center with 50% of the staff coming from abroad.

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Center for Neuroplasticity and Pain (CNAP)

CNAP is a Center of Excellence funded by The Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF).
CNAP applies a biomedical engineering approach where new advanced pain provocation and probing platforms will be discovered and applied to reveal novel aspects of the human pain neuroplasticity.

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Centre for Clinical Guidelines (CFKR)

Centre for Clinical Guidelines (CFKR)

Centre for Clinical Guidelines - Danish National Clearinghouse.
To clear a clinical guideline means that the ”house” ensures the quality of the guideline on the basis of scientific evidence, consistence and relevance – in Denmark using the AGREE instrument.

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Medical informatics group (MI)

Medical informatics group (MI)

Research within Medical Informatics (MI) focuses on information systems for the healthcare sector. Systems which are used for retrieval, processing, representation, verification, distribution, and presentation of clinical information and clinical knowledge.

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Biomedicine Group

Biomedicine Group

BioMedicine is an international research environment consisting of six research groups: Laboratory of Stem Cells Research (LSR), Laboratorium of Immunology (LIM), Laboratory of Neurobiology (LNB), Laboratory of Cancer Biology, Laboratory for Medical Mass Spectrometry, and Laboratory for Metabolism Modifying Medicine (M3).

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Center for Model-based Medical Decision Support (MMDS)

Center for Model-based Medical Decision Support (MMDS)

The researchers at MMDS have pioneered the use of medical decision support systems (MDSSs), in particular complex models implemented as Causal Probabilistic Networks. The center has close ties to the Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Aalborg University Hospital, North Denmark Region.

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Public Health and Epidemiology Group (PHE)

Public Health and Epidemiology Group (PHE)

Research and training investigate man in his surroundings. Health, disease, rehabilitation and cure evolve in an interplay with individual values, family, society, work, institutions and environment. In focus of the research are both the causes of disease as the prerequisite for effective prevention and health promotion, and the clinical effects of health care.

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