|Mily Akhirunnesa||PhD student|
|Jonna Bister||Preparatory research student|
|Caroline Boulouis||Employee, PhD student|
|Susanna Brighenti||Senior researcher|
|Puran Chen||PhD student|
|Isabel Diaz Lozano||Associated|
|Johanna Emgård||Employee, PhD student|
|Elza Evren||PhD student|
|Malin Flodström Tullberg||Professor|
|Sara Gredmark Russ||Associated|
|Alvaro Haroun-Izquierdo||PhD student|
|Elisabeth Henriksson||Biomedical scientist|
|Kerri Guth Lal||PhD student|
|Karl-Johan Malmberg||Visiting professor|
|Jenny Mjösberg||Assistant professor|
|Lena Radler||Biomedical scientist|
|Michal Jacek Sobkowiak||PhD student, Graduate Student|
|Carl Johan Treutiger||Associated|
|Renata Utorova||Graduate Student|
|Tim Willinger||Senior researcher|
|Christine Zimmer||PhD student|
Safety officers (skyddsombud)
|Phone:||+46-(0)8 585 813 63|
Important information regarding safety is found at KI´s internal website, see:
Please note that in case of accidents, the supervisor is required to report the accident using the appropriate report form:
This form should also be signed by the safety officer. Note that in the event of a severe accident, the report needs to be done on the same day and the head of the unit informed!
Research at CIM involves work with different microorganisms, cell cultures and blood handling, all of which entail biosafety issues and their associated legislation and requirements (i.e. reporting of use of biological agents, GMM reporting, risk assessments etc).
The Biosafety committee at CIM is available for advice on biosafety issues, such as how to report use of biologic agents and Genetically Modified Microorganisms (GMM).
Biosafety committee at CIM (main responsibility):
|Phone:||+46 (0)8-585 81363|
Biosafety committee at KI
There is also a Biosafety committee at KI which provides counseling for questions relating to risk assessments, biological classifications, safety measures and routines/SOP for applications and reports relating to the area of biosecurity, including the contained use of genetically modified microorganisms (GMM), and that the activities within these areas conform to the current legislative laws. Information is found here.