Clinical Epidemiology Division (KEP)

At the Clinical Epidemiology Division (KEP), we combine clinical, epidemiological, and biostatistical expertise with the aim to improve the understanding and treatment of a broad range of medical conditions. The division comprises the following research groups and the Centre for Pharmacoepidemiology

Head of Division

Johan Askling, Professor
Department of Medicine Solna, Karolinska Institutet
Clinical Epidemiology Division T2, Karolinska University Hospital
SE-171 76 Stockholm, Sweden

Research Groups

Johan Askling

Professor/senior physician
J Askling
K2 Department of Medicine, Solna

Research group Johan Askling

KEP: Chronic Inflammatory Diseases

Karin Ekström Smedby

Senior lecturer/specialist physician
K Ekström Smedby
K2 Department of Medicine, Solna

Research group Karin Ekström Smedby

We aim to improve the understanding of determinants of risk and prognosis of cancer, with a special focus on malignant lymphomas and cancers arising after organ transplantation, as well as to characterize issues of cancer survivorship.

 

Michael Fored

Lecturer/senior physician
M Fored
K2 Department of Medicine, Solna

Helle Kieler

Professor
Klin Farmakologi
H5 Department of Laboratory Medicine

Research group Helle Kieler

Centre for Pharmacoepidemiology

 

Pierre Lafolie

Lecturer senior
P Lafolie
K2 Department of Medicine, Solna

Olof Stephansson

Lecturer/senior physician
O Stephansson
K2 Department of Medicine, Solna

Research group Olof Stephansson

The general objective of our research is to improve the understanding of the influence of pregnancy and birth on short and long term outcomes for the mother and the child

Centre for Pharmacoepidemiology

Centre for Pharmacoepidemiology

The Centre for Pharmacoepidemiology (CPE) works in close collaboration with researchers at the Clinical Epidemiology Division.

Research School for Clinicians

Research School for Clinicians

In collaboration with the Stockholm region, KEP offers a research school for clinicians with a focus on epidemiology and research methodology.