Support the research at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition
The Department of Biosciences and Nutrition (BioNut) performs research and teaching in areas of medical sciences, including molecular ageing, cancer biology, biologic drugs and biomaterials, functional genomics, structural biology, bioinformatics, and nutrition.
Donations to BioNut, both small and large, would mean a lot for the success of our research and contribute to the possibility of improving people's health!
You can choose to make a donation via the payment solution Swish or Online payment.
If you have any questions regarding your donation, please contact the Development Office by e-mail: email@example.com.
You can also find more information on how to make a donation to Karolinska Institutet on the website.
If you wish to make a donation by Swish, follow the instructions below:
- Enter the recipient swish number: 123 202 32 08.
- Enter the amount of choice.
- Important! In the message field, enter the name of the research group leader for the research area you wish to support (find the name and more information about their research in the list below) and the department code: H2.
- Tap “Swish” and you are done!
If you wish to make a donation via debit card directly on the web, this is done via the Development office. Through card payments you can only make donation of up to SEK 10,000.
Important! In the message field, enter the name of the research group leader for the research area you wish to support (find the name and more information about their research in the list below) and the department code: H2.
Thank you for supporting the research at Karolinska Institutet!
Your donation will contribute to our efforts to further improve the health of people through research as well as education.
Research areas at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition
Tumour genomics.Enter: Department code H2 and Lauri Aaltonen
Read more about Lauri Aaltonen's research: Tumour genomics
Cancer, rapid ageing and nutrition.Enter: Department code H2 and Martin Bergö
Read more about Martin Bergö's research: Cancer, rapid ageing and nutrition
Development of modern computational bioinformatics methods to analyse and understand cancer data with the aim to bring new technologies to use in health care.Enter: Department code H2 and Carsten Daub
Read more about Carsten Daub's research: Molecular basis of gene regulation of diseases
Epigenetics - basic mechanisms and disease.Enter: Department code H2 and Karl Ekwall
Read more about Karl Ekwall's research: Epigenetics - basic mechanisms and disease
Novel treatment strategies for age-associated diseases and progeria premature aging.Enter: Department code H2 and Maria Eriksson
Read more about Maria Eriksson's research: Genetic mechanisms of ageing
Molecular endocrinology.Enter: Department code H2 and Rongrong Fan
Read more about Rongrong Fan's research: Liver and monocyte remodelling in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and cardiovascular disease
We study how colon cancer and pancreatic cancer cells invade their surrounding tissues. Our goal is to inhibit cancer cells from growing into healthy tissue and in that way develop new cancer treatments.Enter: Department code H2 and Marco Gerling
Read more about Marco Gerling's research: Signalling and cellular heterogeneity in cancer
Biologic drugs against neurodegeneration.Enter: Department code H2 and Janne Johansson
Read more about Janne Johansson's research: Laboratory for protein misfolding and assembly
Exploiting the 3D structure of proteins to understand human infertility, develop non-hormonal contraceptives and fight urinary tract infections.Enter: Department code H2 and Luca Jovine
More about Luca Jovine's research: Structural studies of fertilisation and zona pellucida module proteins
Functional genomics.Enter: Department code H2 and Juha Kere
Read more about Juha Kere's research: Embryonal, foetal and brain development
Prevent and cure pediatric and adult leukemias.Enter: Department code H2 and Andreas Lennartsson
Read more about Andreas Lennartsson's research: Epigenetic regulation of leukemia and normal blood development
Early-life obesity and non-communicable disease prevention - with emphasis on digital lifestyle interventions.Enter: Department code H2 and Marie Löf
Read more about Marie Löf's research: The IMPACT research group
What role do sex hormones play for the sex differences in mental health and dementia?Enter: Department code H2 and Ivan Nalvarte
Read more about Ivan Nalvarte's research: Nuclear receptor signaling in neurodevelopment and neurodegeneration
Structural biology.Enter: Department code H2 and Lennart Nilsson
Read more about Lennart Nilsson's research: Conformational dynamics, flexibility and recognition in biological macromolecules
Cell biology.Enter: Department code H2 and Federico Pietrocola
Read more about Federico Pietrocola's research: How cellular responses to stress contribute to organismal ageing and age-associated pathologies
Search for new mechanisms that regulate how fast we age, and development of ageing-preventive pharmaceuticals.Enter: Department code H2 and Christian Riedel
Read more about Christian Riedel's research: Ageing – basic mechanisms and interventions
Artificial spider silk - a high performance sustainable fibre and novel biomaterial.Enter: Department code H2 and Anna Rising
Read more about Anna Rising's research: Spider silk biology for biomedical applications
Tissue stiffening bolsters breast cancer progression – we aim to identify vulnerabilities in the mechano-signaling of cancer cells that can be exploited for improved breast cancer diagnosis and therapy.Enter: Department code H2 and Staffan Strömblad
More about Staffan Strömblad's research: Cell Biology of Cancer
Virus-host interactions.Enter: Department code H2 and Peter Svensson
Read more about Peter Svensson's research: Mechanisms behind HIV-1 latency and rebound
We study, in worms and humans, how nerve cells develop and functionally mature, and how they shape behavior. Recently, we successfully established the worm C. elegans as a model for investigating what causes human binge eating disorder.Enter: Department code H2 and Peter Swoboda
Read more about Peter Swoboda's research: Cilia in the brain – and their connections to human brain disorders
How do epigenetic mechanisms contribute to immuno-metabolic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis?Enter: Department code H2 and Eckardt Treuter
Read more about Eckardt Treuter's research: Epigenetic mechanisms underlying metabolic-inflammatory diseases
How do hormones impact cancer?Enter: Department code H2 and Cecilia Williams
Read more about Cecilia Williams's research: Hormone signalling and non-coding RNAs in cancer