The Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM) at Karolinska Institutet (KI) gathers more than 400 staff members with clinical experience from Karolinska University Hospital and with research competence from KI for research on the common diseases. The ultimate aim of our work is to provide knowledge that leads to the development of new and improved prevention and therapy for these diseases.
Human herpesvirus 6 and multiple...
Human herpesvirus-6 in multiple...
GPCRs regulating catecholaminergic cell...
We are trying to make common diseases less common and chronic diseases less chronic. Here you can find information about the diseases we study, links to patient organisations, etc.
Results from the research in terms of treatments etc
CMM is close to the clinics in many ways. We are located on the KUH area and many of our researchers are also doctors. Find out how important you as a patient are to our research.
The scientific focus of CMM is an international issue and we have of over 40 nationalities represented. Read more here about our international networks.
Each month a new feature story will be presented here. Professor Marie Wahren-Herlenius and her co-workers have now revealed parts of the molecular mechanism behind SLE and Sjögren's syndrome. This feature story is in focus in October.
Are you interested in our research and would like to join us? Here you can find out more about Sweden and what is required to study or work here.
Number of different nationalities at CMM
Number of articles published in scientific journals during 2009-2010
Out of CMM:s 480 staff members, almost 40 are full professors
Number of CMM Professors that are members of the Nobel Assembly
Center for Molecular Medicine
Karolinska University Hospital Solna
171 76 Stockholm, Sweden
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