Novo Nordisk Fellowships
Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme at Karolinska Institutet
This fellowship programme aims to support the development of a new generation of exceptional young diabetes and metabolism researchers, to become future leaders in the field, while further developing scientific excellence within these areas ultimately improving the lives of patients.
Call for applications 2018 closed
Call for this years applications for postdoctoral fellowships has closed. We are very pleased with the response with almost 100 applications received. The selection process is underway with the aim of having the awarded candidates starting from fall 2018.
Based at Karolinska Institutet, Fellows will undertake cutting edge research projects, mentored by front-line researchers in the field of diabetes and metabolism. In addition, it is anticipated that during the course of the fellowships, fellows will have the opportunity to spend approximately 3 months in the research laboratories at Novo Nordisk in Copenhagen. Thus, Fellows will gain insight into research conducted in both academia and industry. In order to increase coherence around the Fellowship programme, a number of events will be held throughout the year such as high profile lectures, symposia, etc. which the fellows will attend, both at Karolinska Institutet and at Novo Nordisk in Copenhagen.
- The postdoctoral research fellowships are aimed at early career researchers with a basic science background.
- Fellowships are fully funded for a 3-year period providing salary as well as travel allowance for the fellow.
- The fellowship programme is open to outstanding candidates of any nationality.
Workshops and meetings
The Programme organizes workshops and meetings on recent findings in diabetes research.
Programme for workshop October 11, 2017: download here
Programme from workshop November 10, 2016 can be downloaded here
Postdoctoral fellows recruited
|Postdoctoral Fellow||Principal Investigator|
|Dr Ester Bachar-Wikström||Ass Prof Olov Andersson, Dept of Cell and Molecular Biology.|
|Assoc Prof Mattias Carlström, Renal and Cardiovascular Research, Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology|
|Dr Lucile Dollet||Prof Anna Krook and Prof Juleen Zierath, Section of Integrative Physiology, Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology|
|Dr Sanna Hellberg||Assoc Prof Stephen Malin and Prof Göran K Hansson, Cardiovascular Research, Dept of Medicine Solna|
|Assoc Prof Ingrid Dahlman, Lipid Laboratory, Dept of Medicine Huddinge|
|Assoc Prof Jorge Ruas, Molecular and cellular exercise physiology group, Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology|
|Dr Kelvin Kwok||Assoc Prof Carsten Daub, Prof Mikael Rydén and Prof Peter Arner, Dept of Medicine Huddinge|
|Dr Annika Mehlem||Assoc Prof Elisabet Stener-Victorin, Reproductive endocrinology and metabolism, Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology|
|Dr Noah Moruzzi||Assoc Prof Ingo Leibiger, Insulin Receptor Signalling, Dept of Molecular Medicine and Surgery|
|Dr Nicole Schmitner||Ass Prof Olov Andersson, Dept of Cell and Molecular Biology|
|Dr Daniel Svensson||Assoc Prof Hjalmar Brismar and Prof Anita Aperia, Paediatric cell and molecular biology, Dept of Women’s and Children’s Health|
|Prof Malin Flodström Tullberg, Dept of Medicine Huddinge|
|Dr Montserrat Visa||Prof Per-Olof Berggren, Signal Transduction, Dept of Molecular Medicine and Surgery|
Programme Steering Committee
|Karolinska Institutet members||Novo Nordisk members|
Prof. Juleen Zierath, Clinical Physiology. Steering Committee Chairman
Dr. Peter Kurtzhals, Senior Vice President Global Research
Prof. Anders Gustafsson, Dean of Research
Dr. Martin Ridderstråle, Vice President Clinical Pharmacology
Prof. Nancy Pedersen, Medical Epidemiology
Dr. Allan Ertmann Karlsen, Vice President Global Research External Affairs
Prof. Barbara Canlon, Hearing Physiology
Dr. Uli Stilz, Vice President R&D Academic Partnerships