ALS Clinical Research Group
The group strives to integrate ALS research and care by conducting clinical research.
The main interests of the group are risk and prognosis of ALS disease, the development of imaging methods, biomarker studies and psychological and cognitive influence on ALS. The group is also conductiong several clinical trials in ALS.
Caroline Ingre receives ALS grant from Neuroförbundet
Neuroförbundet distributes close to SEK 14 million to three ALS research projects. The research should contribute to better nursing, new medicines and precision medicines.
The Karolinska ALS Group speaks live on P4 radio
Karolina Palmbäck was invited on October 31 on the P4 radio show "Förmiddag i P4 Jönköping, med Sofie Carme" by a patient followed up by the team for an ALS trial.
Linn Öijerstedt receiving financial support by BioArctic
Our PostDoc Linn Öijerstedt receiving financial support by BioArctic for her postdoctoral fellowship in the pursue of finding a marker of TDP-43 pathology. In addition, Linn has received grants from Björklunds foundation and Demensfonden for her projects on cognitive and behavioural impairment in ALS.
Juliette Foucher published her first thesis paper
Juliette Foucher's paper validating the Edingburgh Cognitive and Behavioral ALS Screen (ECAS) in Swedish.