Danish Neuroscience Centre (DNC) was established in 2009 in a collaboration between the Central Denmark Region, Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University. The idea is to integrate research and hospital facilities. This close connection between clinical practice and research supports the development of new treatments for patients with neurological diseases such as stroke, Parkinsons disease, disseminated sclerosis, brain trauma and psychiatric disorders.

The ambition of DNC is to increase knowledge of normal and pathological brain functions and translate this knowledge into clinical practice. This is done in close collaboration between researchers, clinicians and industry.

The facilities include office floors, meeting rooms, wet labs, and extended state-of-the-art neuroimaging facilities, creating a close proximity between the collaborating clinical departments and research groups

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