AIAS Fellow Lau Møller Andersen member of the Danish Young Academy
Lau Møller Andersen has been appointed a member of the Danish Young Academy, a network for talented young researchers under the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.
Nine new members have been admitted to The Danish Young Academy (Det Unge Akademi, DUA), and AIAS Fellow Lau Møller Andersen is one of them. As a cognitive scientist Lau contributes with a cross-disciplinary profile as his research is draws on an interplay of several disciplines: neuro science, linguistics, psychology and computer science.
Lau Møller Andersen is currently a research fellow at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies and an Assistant Professor at Cognitive Science at Aarhus University. At AIAS, Lau is examining the hypothesis that the cerebellum functions as an internal clock and how the dysfunction of this clock may give rise to abnormal temporal discrimination in Parkinson’s disease patients.
Read interview with Lau Møller Andersen by the Young Academy (in Danish only)
About the Danish Young Academy
The purpose of the Danish Young Academy is to strengthen basic research and interdisciplinary exchange, to unite science and society, and to give some of Denmark’s most talented researchers a public voice.
The members are all prominent profiles with strong international experience and interesting views on research and society. The Danish Young Academy aims to support young researchers in their academic development and careers.
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Lau Møller Andersen
Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, AIAS &
Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B
DK-8000 Aarhus C