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Camilla Svensson appointed professor

Camilla Svensson appointed professor

Camilla Svensson has been appointed Professor of Cellular and Molecular Physiology of Pain at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology from 18 October 2018.

Camilla Svensson and her research group have recently moved in to CMM. The research group focus their pain research from a disease relevant perspective: they study mechanisms that regulate pain signaling, with a particular focus on interactions between the immune system, bone cells and the peripheral nerve. They are also interested in pain processing in the spinal cord, and there the communication between neurons and glia from a pain perspective.

Camilla Svensson. Photo: Magnus Bergström

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