New Center of Excellence will help us understand future pandemics
The Danish National Research Foundation is ready to invest DKK 47 million in a new basic research centre in pandemics at Roskilde University. The centre will be headed by Professor Lone Simonsen, also known as Corona-Lone.
Large Danish study: One in four had long-term symptoms after COVID-19
In the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, about 25 percent of Danes who tested positive but were not hospitalised, had at least one symptom due to COVID-19 more than 12 weeks after their positive test, a Danish study shows.
New research: Traffic noise increases the risk of dementia
Data from two million Danes show for the first time in the world that there is a link between traffic noise and the development of dementia. The results may give us completely new possibilities to prevent dementia, says noise expert and adjunct professor at Roskilde University, Mette Sørensen.
Pandemic researcher from RUC receives ministry’s communications prize
Professor Lone Simonsen has managed to explain complicated new knowledge about the Covid pandemic in a manner that is comprehensible and relevant to Danes at a critical time. For her efforts, the professor will be honoured with the Research Communication Prize 2021.
Here in Roskilde University's research database you can find researchers from the department.
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