Research group leaders A-Ö and research groups
A list of Research group leaders in alphabetical order at the Division of Neuro and their respective research groups
Research group leaders A-Ö
Niaz Ahmed's research group
Stroke- Acute intervention and secondary prevention
Lou Brundin's research group
Stemcells and inflammation
The effects of inflammation on neural stem cells
Erik Edström's research group
Augmented Neurosurgery/Augmenterad neurokirurgi
Our research group develops solutions and technologies to increase the precision of surgical procedures to improve surgical outcomes and reduce the frequency of patient injuries, reoperations and length of hospital stay.
Anna Falk Delgado's reserach group
Clinical Brain Imaging Methods
Peter Fransson's research group
The brain’s functional and structural network architecture and its relationship to cognition and CNS disease
Tobias Granberg's research group
Imaging of Neurodegenerative and Neuroinflammatory disorders
Hans Grönlund's research group
Therapeutic immune design.
We focus on diagnostics and curative treatments of chronic inflammatory diseases and cancer
Robert Harris' research group
We aim to apply novel therapies derived from experimental studies into the human clinical setting.
Jan Hillert's research group
Neuroepidemiology with focus on multiple sclerosis
Staffan Holmin's research group
The Staffan Holmin research group is a part of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet and the Department of Neuroradiology at Karolinska University Hospital. The group is engaged in clinical and translational research on a wide variety of topics centered around modern neuroimaging, nuclear medicine, and image-guided vascular interventions.
Lars Hyllienmark's research group
The aim has been to develop EEG methodology by using advanced signal analysis technology, and by the systematic processing of data on normal variability and data obtained under experimental conditions.
Caroline Ingre's research group
ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) is a fatal neuromuscular disease that is characterized by a degeneration of upper and lower motorneurons.
Martin Ingvar's research group
We focus the science of the subjective health experience with a cognitive neuroscience and translational science approach. Health statistics demonstrate that half of the sick leave absence in Sweden may be ascribed to the subjective health axis.
Maja Jagodic's research group
Epigenetic origins and mechanisms in neuroinflammation
Karin Jensen's research group
What happens in the brain when we feel pain?
Eva Kosek's research group
Mechanisms of pain and treatment
Our research investigates the interaction of the nervous- and the immune systems with regard to the development of chronic pain.
Daniel Lundqvist's research group
Joana Pereira's research group
Fredrik Piehl's research group
Inflammation and neurodegeneration in the CNS diseases focusing on multiple sclerosis (MS)
Christina Sjöstrand's research group
Stefan Skare's research group
Neuroradiology - MRI physics
The research group consists of MR physicists at Karolinska University Hospital and GE Healthcare, and develops new imaging methods for brain MRI.
Ingrid Kockum's research group
Genetic Epidemiology of Multiple Sclerosis
Our aim is to identify genetic risk factors for multiple sclerosis, study their function and how they together with life-style risk factors for multiple sclerosis interact.
Per Svenningsson's research group
Mikael A. Svensson's research group
Damage repair in CNS using micro-surgery and stem cell technology.
Eric Thelin's research group
Conducts research in the areas of Traumatic brain injuries and neuro-monitoring