Epigenetic origins and mechanisms in neuroinflammation

Epigenetic origins and mechanisms in neuroinflammation

Our vision is to understand how epigenome integrates instructions from genetic and lifestyle factors and renders pathogenic immune cells ‘aggressive’ and target brain cells ‘vulnerable’ in persons affected by Multiple Sclerosis.
Our goal is to better understand disease etiology and to improve disease management through personalized treatments and more specific biomarkers.

 

 

Donations

Donations

   If you would like to support this area of research

   you could do that by using Swish transfer. 

  Our Swish number is 123-245 79 76

 

Always state the name of group/team leader in order for us to allocate the gift properly. 

Or you can also use the following accounts:

BG: 628-4418
PG: 514114-8

Always state the name of group/team leader in order for us to allocate the gift properly. 

If you are outside of Sweden, please use the following information:

Bank: SEB, Stockholm, Sweden
Account No. 5201-11 370 12
Iban-number: SE16 5000 0000 0520 1113 7012
Bic-code (the bank´s electronic address): ESSESESS
Account holder: Center for Molecular Medicine Foundation
L8:05, Karolinska University Hospital
171 76 Stockholm, Sweden

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Group leader

Maja Jagodic

E-mail

maja.jagodic@ki.se

Job title

Associate Professor

House

L8:05

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Research

Neuroscience

Disease

Multiple Sclerosis

Competence/titles

Animal models, Epigenetics, Functional genetics, Molecular and cell biology, Omics