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PhD committee

The PhD committee plays an advisory role to the graduate school management and consists of representatives of the academic staff and the PhD students.

In accordance with the Danish University Act, the committee has the following responsibilities:

  • To make a recommendation to the dean for the appointment of a chair from among the PhD committee’s academic staff and a vice-chair, if applicable, from among the PhD committee’s students.
  • To make a recommendation to the dean about the composition of members of the assessment committee.
  • To approve PhD courses.
  • To prepare proposals for internal guidelines for the graduate school, including PhD guidance, to the head of the graduate school.
  • To make statements about the evaluation of the PhD programmes and guidance to the head of the graduate school.
  • To approve applications for credits and exemptions.
  • To make statements relating to the area of the committee in all matters of importance regarding the PhD programmes and guidance presented to the committee by the dean or the person authorised by the dean.

In addition, the PhD committee’s academic staff representatives make recommendations to the head of the graduate school about approving the enrolment of PhD students.

Members

The PhD committee consists of 7 VIPs and 6 PhD students from the graduate school's Graduate Programmes (GP), and the Vice-dean of talent development and Head of the Graduate School. The committee is appointed by the dean, who also appoints the chair and the vice-chair, if applicable, upon the committee’s recommendations.

Academic staff

Chair

Cai Grau

Clinical Professor

Ole Ingemann Hansen

Deputy State-Appointed Forensic Pathologist

Lise-Lotte Kirkevang

Associate professor

Verner Møller

Professor
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Revised 16.05.2017