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Financial support from The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund to Ann Nordgren for her research position

Financial support from The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund to Ann Nordgren for her research position

Research positions are awarded once a year by the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund. In 2019, a total of 36 researchers will share over SEK 72 million.

Ann Nordgren, adjunct professor and group leader for the Rare Diseases research group, was one of those who were granted financial support to their research position. Her research will be financed half-time for four years for Molecular studies of prognostic and etiological factors in childhood cancer.

Ann Nordgren

Ann Nordgren. Photo: Rick Guidotti

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