Diagnostic Radiology

Research group leader

Lennart Blomqvist

Professor/senior physician
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Address:

Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery
Karolinska Institutet
Karolinska University Hospital, Solna, B1:01
171 76 Stockholm

Research projects

Please visit the Swedish site for information about ongoing research.

Members of the group

Edward Azavedo

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Susanne Fridsten

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Vitali Grozman

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Oscar Grundberg

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Hans Jacobsson

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Masoud Jadidi

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Anna Kistner

Affiliated to research
Experimental and Clinical Neuroendocrinology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Patrick Masaba

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Sven Nyrén

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Hans Ringertz

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Patricia Sandqvist

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Mikael Skorpil

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Helena Sundström

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Chikako Suzuki

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Parvin Tavakol

Affiliated to research
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery

Jimmy Yu

PhD Student
Diagnostic Radiology
K1 Department of Molecular Medicine and Surgery