The best thing about working at NVS? My colleagues!

Published 2017-06-21 11:00. Updated 2017-06-22 23:23Denna sida på svenska
Photo: Selma Wolofsky
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On June 13, the Department of Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society (NVS) had a summer lunch. About 200 co-workers attended at Winterviken to celebrate the past year’s successes and newly appointed professors, associate professors and lecturers.

Maria Eriksdotter, Head of NVS, gave a speech in which she thanked and praised all co-workers at NVS for their great commitment and very well executed work at the department.

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What is the best thing about working at NVS?

The NVS co-workers also responded to a quiz about NVS and the question of what they think is the best thing about working at the department. Most answers were about amazing colleagues and an inspiring work environment with a good climate. Other answers, for example, were about:

“The persons/peers, environment, research that gives better quality of life to everyone”

“Our amazing atmosphere, very friendly, international and caring PIs”

All possibilities within the department, and friendliness

“Possibilities to meet students at different levels and of course to meet colleagues”

“Transparency”

“So international, everybody’s enthusiasm, proud of Karolinska Institutet, friendly and helpful people”

Good infrastructure & nice people make for a good research climate

“Freedom and support in balance!”

“Our Wednesdays fikas =)”

“Great professional opportunities”

“Scientific competence! Creativity”

“Everything”

Students and colleagues! That I am having fun every day

"The ´from cell to society approach and culture´”

“The helpful climate and kindness among colleagues”

“The challenge and the people”

The possibility for cross-professional work in both teaching and research, and that we also can work clinically

“Inspiring”

“The constant interesting & variated challenges =)”

“Great management, nice atmosphere”

“Different backgrounds and occupations and international environment”

Translational and interprofessional environment

“Interesting science”

“The people, the ideas, the future”

“The diversity of research and activities”

Presentations and celebration of co-workers

Johan Ärnlöv, newly appointed a Professor at NVS, Division of Family Medicine and Primary Care, was celebrated and gave a presentation on his research on the interaction between the kidneys and the cardiovascular system.

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Eva Rasmussen Barr, newly appointed as an Associate professor at NVS, Division of Physiotherapy, gave a presentation about her research on physiotherapy management of low-back pain in primary health care.

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Charlotte Borgerud, department archivist, gave a presentation on how professors at Uppsala University networked during the 17th and 18th century”.

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Neda Agahi, Maria Lindskog and Eva Rasmussen Barr, newly appointed as associate professors, were celebrated.

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Eric Westman, newly appointed a Senior lecturer at NVS, was celebrated.

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The band Daze entertained.

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Pictures from the event

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

Photo: Selma Wolofsky

The NVS executive management spring 2017 (excl. Ulla Cronfalk-Hernlund).

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