The Pedagogical Prize

The prize is awarded annually to individual teachers, teacher teams or administrative personnel who have undertaken significant educational initiatives related to pedagogical development or renewal work within Karolinska Institutet’s programmes at first cycle, second cycle or postgraduate levels.

Lars-Arne Haldosen
Lars-Arne Haldosen (private photo).

Prize winner 2021 – Lars-Arne Haldosen

Lars-Arne Haldosen is awarded Karolinska Institutet’s Pedagogical Prize for his significant contributions to the development of the biomedicine programme at Karolinska Institutet.

Lars-Arne Haldosen has taught on numerous KI programmes since the late 1970s. He has also worked with innovative pedagogical development at a general level for almost three decades. As a director of doctoral studies at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition, his pedagogical input has been invaluable and laid the groundwork for innovative teaching solutions.

He was a key figure in the creation of the biomedicine programme in the 1990s. As a long-standing programme director, teacher, course coordinator and mem- ber of the programme committees for these programmes, he has been actively involved at different levels. Thanks to his dedicated engagement in the Nordic biomedicine network, it has been possible to develop and run joint courses, research schools and teacher exchanges.

Lars-Arne Haldosen possesses a unique ability to inspire learning and colla- boration between students, teachers and staff. With great competence, humility and generosity, he helps others to grow.

Previous Prize Winners

2021 – Eva Broberger

2019 – Anna Kiessling

2018 – Lena Nilsson-Wikmar

2017 – Ewa Ehrenborg

2016 – Dulceaydee Norlander Gigliotti

2015 – Rune Brautaset

2014 – Robert Harris and Lars Henningsohn

2013 – Gunnar Nilsson

2012 – Hans Gyllenhammar and Annika Östman Wernerson

2011 – Margaretha Forsberg Larm

2010 – Anna Josephson

2009 – Matti Nikkola

2008 – Annelie Brauner and Thomas Cronholm

2007 – Kent Fridell och Johan Wikner

2006 – Aino Fianu Jonasson och Lene Martin

2005 – Jörgen Nordenström

2004 – Åsa Nilsonne and Göran Sandberg

2003 – Sari Ponzer

2002 – Gunilla Johnson and Hans Rosling

2001 – Anders Bergendorff, Eva Mattsson och Li Tsai

2000 – Magnus Ingelman-Sundberg, Annika Sääf-Rothoff and lärargruppen bakom CAL

1999 – Helena Bergström, Ester Mogensen and Jan Ygge