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Eliane Piket (on stage) won the best short talk prize at the Karolinska Institutet Inflammation and Immunology (KIIM) network retreat, October 2019.
Yanan Han joined Maja Jagodic's research group as a PhD student in September 2019. She will work on characterizing epigenome of pathogenic cells in Multiple Sclerosis.
Majid Pahlevan Kakhki won a poster prize of €250 at 34th Ernst Klenk Symposium in Molecular Medicine: Epigenetics: Basic principles and clinical applications, held in Cologne, Germany in October 2018.
Lara Kular (first from right) was awarded a grant of 206 800 SEK from Karolinska Institutets Funds specifically supporting young researchers in 2018.
Muhammad Ahsan joined Maja Jagodic’s group as a postdoctoral fellow in November 2018. Muhammad will focus on stratification of Multiple Sclerosis patients.
Majid Pahlevan Kakhki was awarded the MSIF-ECTRIMS McDonald fellowship of £64 000 in 2018.
Ewoud Ewing (left) won a prize for a pitch presentation of his research at the MultipleMS PhD/postdoc challenge in Copenhagen, Denmark in December 2017. Foto: MS-forskningsfonden
Eliane Piket (first from right) was awarded 125 000 SEK from the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis research foundation (MS-forskningsfonden) in 2017.
Galina Zheleznyakova (second from left) was awarded 220 000 SEK from the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis research foundation (MS-forskningsfonden) in 2016. Foto: MS-forskningsfonden
Galina Zheleznyakova (second from right) was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Swedish Society for Medical Research (SSMF) in 2016.
Lara Kular (second from right) was awarded 150 000 SEK from the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis research foundation (MS-forskningsfonden) in 2015.