Unit of Translational Epidemiology
The aim of our research is to investigate mechanisms, find biomarkers and study risk factors that are involved in the pathogenesis of various inflammatory diseases.
We perform cohort-, case-control-, and intervention studies. The risk factors of interest is for example genes, biological/clinical markers and environmental/lifestyle factors. The material we use is questionnaires and/or blood for genetic and biological analyses. Large biobanks with stored frozen blood is used for these purposes. Statistical programs with different models are used to analyze associations and interactions between factors of interest.
Part of our unit also performs statistical analysis on behalf of various governmental agencies.
Head of Unit
|Lars Alfredsson||Professor, senior|
|Boel Brynedal||Assistant professor|
|Edit Ekström||Project coordinator|
|Zahra Golabkesh||PhD student|
|Miguel Hernan||Visiting professor|
|Anna Ilar||PhD student|
|Eva Johansson||Research nurse|
|Tahereh Moradi||Senior researcher|
|Lena Nise||Research assistant|
|Ida Palmqvist||Project assistant|
|Oscar Javier Pico Espinosa||PhD student|
|Saedis Saevarsdottir||Senior researcher|
|Caroline Öfverberg Colliander||Project coordinator|
- Epidemiological Investigation of Multiple Sclerosis - EIMS
- Epidemiological Investigation of Reumatoid Arthritis - EIRA
- Immunomodulation and Multiple Sclerosis Epidemiology Study - IMSE
- Genes and Environment in Multiple Sclerosis - GEMS
COMPREHEND (Combined Cohorts of Menopausal women – studies of Register-based Health outcomes in relation to hormonal Drugs)