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Welcome to CIMED:s information meeting! When: Tuesday March 27th at 3pm Where: von Behring, Ana8, Floor 9, Huddinge Meeting agenda: CIMED:s new strategy New routines and CIMED seminar day Economic reporting Questions and discussion We look forward meeting you! Annika Bergquist, CIMED Director Amanda Klein, Research Coordinator
Amanda Klein started as a research coordinator for CIMED in February. She will work near the Board and will be responsible for announcement, advertising and compilation of research support. Read the article.
The Center for Innovative Medicine (CIMED) is a research centre focusing on prevalent illnesses such as cancer and chronic diseases with a large burden of illness. Annika Bergquist has been director of CIMED since 1 January 2018. Read the article
Researchers at Karolinska Institutet report that cholesterol metabolites cause specific immune cells in the large intestine to move, which lies behind the formation of the immune system’s important lymphoid tissue in the intestine. The study, published in the journal Immunity, paves the way for a new possible treatment for patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Tim […]
CIMED researcher Maria Kasper was awarded the LEO Foundation GOLD award at the prize ceremony in Salzburg on October 28th at the ESDR meeting. This Award is given from LEO (Pharma) Foundation in association with the European Society for Dermatological Research (ESDR) to “scientists that have made exceptional advances within dermatology research”. For more information […]
From July 1st 2017 CIMED receives a new focus and a new Board of Directors is appointed, as the mandate of the previous board ended on June 30th 2017. The new Board of Directors is to have larger clinical competence and CIMED shall focus more on supporting clinical research than previously. Research on chronic diseases […]
Structural Basis of Egg Coat-Sperm Recognition at Fertilization is the title of the publication by Isha Raj, Hamed Sadat Al Hosseini et al from the Luca Jovine lab that has now been published in Cell (full article in Cell available here). We congratulate all authors on this exciting publication that reveals the first atomic details […]
CIMED Junior Researcher Emma Andersson has been awarded the Daniel Alagille Award by the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) with a total fund of 25,000 EUR for the project entitled “Consequences of missing a Notch in Alagille Syndrome: From basic mechanisms to testing therapies.”
The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation’s investments in young researchers continue with 29 new Wallenberg Academy Fellows awarded 2016. The research challenges that this year’s Academy Fellows are tackling include important issues for the future, such as energy provision and public health. A total of 8 Wallenberg Fellows in Medicine where awarded 2016 and of […]