Peter Vuust in Radio 24syv (Danish)


Thursday Oct. 1st Peter Vuust talked about music as a treatment for depression, pain and Parkinson’s disease i the Danish Radio24syv. Find the podcast of the program on the following link at apx. 25:50.

New Cochrane review: Music for insomnia in adults

Cochrane lille

Jespersen KV, Koenig J, Jennum P, Vuust P.: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015,

Aarhus Jazz Festival 2015


In two weeks time, Aarhus will once again be filled with jazz for an entire week, when Aarhus Jazz Festival 2015 is launched takes place from Saturday July 11th to Saturday July 18th.

Official opening of Center for Music in the Brain


The official opening of the new Center for Music In the Brain will take place this Friday, June 5th 2015, with an event in Musikhuset Aarhus.

Postdoc and PhD openings at Center for Music In the Brain


The new Center for Music In the Brain has 1 postdoc position and 4 PhD fellowships available at Aarhus University.

The successful applicants will work on a 3-year research project examining the neural correlates of music in healthy individuals and/or patient populations using MRI, functional MRI, EEG and MEG, and be carrying out scientific research

New paper published in Frontiers in Psychology


“Musical training and empathy positively impact adults’ sensitivity to infant distress”

New Music in the Brain center


CFIN researcher and head of the Music In the Brain research group, Peter Vuust has just received funding – up to DKK 52 mio – from The Danish National Research Foundation for a new Center of Excellence.

New paper published in Frontiers in Neuroscience

Frontiers in Neuroscience

“Intact brain processing of musical emotions in autism spectrum disorder, but more cognitive load and arousal in happy vs. sad music.”

Aarhus Jazz Festival 2014


Peter Vuust will be playing several gigs during Aarhus JazzFestival 2014 in July. Check out his entire program here…

Official opening ceremony of the European Science Forum (ESOF) 2014

ESOF2014, Euroscience Open Forum, Copenhagen, Denmark

In a program with participation from Her Majesty The Queen of Denmark, President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barosso, Minister of Higher Education and Science, Sofie Carsten Nielsen, ESOF 2014 Champion, Professor Klaus Bock, President of EuroScience, Professor Lauritz Holm-Nielsen, Editor-in-chief at Sciences et A venir, Dominique Leglu, Peter Vuust gave a short talk entitled “Why do we have music” and played a song from his album September Song with singer Veronica Mortensen and pianist Henrik Gunde.