Diabetes

Diabetes immunology

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Sanjeevi Carani
Forskare, MD, PhD

” Our group is involved in studies of immunology and hereditary factors of the immunity of Autoimmune Diabetes (AD). AD can be divided into: (i) Type 1 Diabetes occurring predominantly in children and less in older individuals, and (ii) Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA), predominantly occurring in older individuals. Type 1 Diabetes shares several common features […] ”

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Applied Immunology and immunotherapy

THE ACADEMICS BIGGEST UNTRUTH - I DON’T HAVE TIME!

Robert Harris
Professor

”   IMAGINE a time when we could end the suffering of individuals with chronic inflammatory diseases. Realising that dream is what we must do NOW BECAUSE we have the knowledge, drive and vision to make it happen. We conduct a strongly interconnected research programme aimed at using knowledge gained from projects in basic science to […] ”

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Team Flanagan

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John Flanagan
PhD, Assistant professor

” Fat and muscle cells derive from the same stem cell and it is possible that stem cells may future targets for therapy. In on-going to studies we seek to determine the role of selected genes in the balance between fat and muscle cell formation. The hypothesis is that imbalances exits at this level of relevance […] ”

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Kockum

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Ingrid Kockum
Docent

” The Multifactorial disease genetics team conducts genetic epidemiology of multifactorial diseases, that is diseases that are caused by an interplay between several genetic and environmental factors. The focus of the group is genetics of autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis. The goal is to identify genetic and environmental risk factors and […] ”

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CMM Research Groups

NEUROGENETICS AND PSYCHIATRIC DISEASES

GENETIC DISEASES

INFLAMMATORY DISEASES

Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases