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Prestigious grant for research on autoimmunity

Prestigious grant for research on autoimmunity

Professor Olle Kämpe is one of five appointed Wallenberg Clinical Scholars in 2019. He will receive SEK 15 million to study why the immune system attacks and destroys specific tissues in the body in patients with autoimmune diseases.

Olle Kämpe. Photo: Mikael Sjöberg/KAW

 

Read more at Karolinska Institutet website.

Read more about this project at Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation website.

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