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Swedish Cancer Society (Cancerfonden) grants

Five researchers from CMM have recently been awarded with grants from the Swedish Cancer Society.

Hanna Brauner: Cutaneous lymphoma – clinical and experimental studies on disease mechanisms, prognostic factors and effects of treatment, SEK 2 400 000.

Alexander Espinosa: A new IL8-humanized mouse model to dissect the role of IL8 in cancer. 2 400 000.

Gunnar Nilsson: Studies of systemic mastocytosis – from cellular and molecular alterations to biomarkers for diagnosis, SEK 4 500 000.

Fredrik Wermeling: Molecular studies of cancer – understanding the evolution of drug resistance and identifying novel drug targets, SEK 3 000 000.

Ning Xu Landen: Erasure radiation memory of skin cells to treat adverse skin reactions of radiotherapy, SEK 1 600 000.

More information about the grants and the full list of grantees can be found here:


About CMM

The Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM) is a foundation instituted by the Stockholm County Council (Region Stockholm). CMM is at the heart of a close partnership with the Karolinska University Hospital and Karolinska Institutet, fueling advancements in biomedical and clinical research.


Center for Molecular Medicine Foundation, org. nr. 815201-3689

Karolinska University Hospital L8:05

Visionsgatan 18

171 76 Stockholm, Sweden


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