Seven researchers at NVS have been awarded research grants from the Swedish Research Council

Published 2018-11-07 11:15. Updated 2018-11-07 16:09Denna sida på svenska
Forskning neurogeriatrik

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The Swedish Research Council granted in total 28 800 000 SEK to different projects at NVS.


Maria Ankarcrona, Division of Neurogeriatrics, receives 4 800 000 SEK for the project” Structural and functional studies of organelle contact sites in Alzheimer’s disease” during 2019-2022.

Caroline Graff, Division of Neurogeriatrics, receives 3 600 000 SEK for the project ”Human genetic studies of Alzheimer disease and other dementias” during 2019-2021.

Ann Langius-Eklöf, Division of Nursing, receives 2 400 000 SEK for the project ”To live better and longer with cancer: effects of supportive and person-centered care assisted by mobile technology” during 2019-2021.

Joana Pereira, Division of Clinical Geriatrics, receives 6 000 000 SEK for the project ”Alterations in the Brain Connectome as an Early Indicator of Alzheimer's disease” during 2019-2022.

Marianne Schultzberg, Division of Neurogeriatrics, receives 2 400 000 SEK for the project of pro-resolving activities in Alzheimer’s disease” during 2019-2021.

Yvonne Wengström, Division of Nursing, receives 2 400 000 SEK for the project” EFFECT - Exercise For Fatigue in AdvancEd Cancer PaTients” during 2019-2021.

Bengt Winblad, Division of Neurogeriatrics, receives 7 200 000 SEK for the project ”Development of novel modulators of molecular chaperone network with focus on Alzheimer disease therapy” during 2019-2022.

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