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Research at CMM

At CMM, KI researchers and clinical experts from KUH utilizes CMM's infrastructure and equipment which results in international top class medical research.

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Core facilities

A core is an instrument or utility that is available to all groups at CMM whereas it is housed within one group.

Donations

Donations

If you would like to support one or more of our research areas, within Sweden you can do this by using the following accounts:

News

Rheumatoid arthritic pain could be caused by antibodies

Rheumatoid arthritic pain could be caused by antibodies In a recently published study, researchers at CMM has shown that antibodies that exist in the joints before the onset of rheumatoid...

Financial support from The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund to Ann Nordgren for her research position

Financial support from The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund to Ann Nordgren for her research position Research positions are awarded once a year by the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund. In 2019,...

Rare disease gives new insight into regulatory T-cell function

Rare disease gives new insight into regulatory T-cell function An international study led by researchers at CMM provides new insights into the regulatory T cells’ role in protecting against...

Antibodies stabilize plaque in arteries

Antibodies stabilize plaque in arteries A recent study, led by researchers at CMM, shows that type IgG antibodies play an unexpected role in atherosclerosis. The researchers hope that...

Prestigious grant for research on autoimmunity

Prestigious grant for research on autoimmunity Professor Olle Kämpe is one of five appointed Wallenberg Clinical Scholars in 2019. He will receive SEK 15 million to study why the immune...

CALENDAR

Illuminating the regulation of gene expression with single-molecule fluorescence microscopy

18 Jun

Speaker: Sebastian Deindl, Assoc. Prof., Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology, Uppsala Biomedical Center BMC

CMM Lecture Hall, L8:00

Host: Vladana Vukojevic, Assoc. Prof. and Rudolf Rigler, Prof. Emeritus

Start: 12:00

Structural Insights on Regulation of Bacterial Cell Division

18 Jun

Speaker: Juan Hermso, Dept. of Crystallography & Structural Biology, Institute of Physical-Chemistry “Rocasolano”, Madrid, Spain

CMM Lecture Hall, L8:00

Host: Peter Mellroth, MTC

Start: 14:00

Circadian Rhythms in the Immune Response

19 Jun

Speaker: Christoph Scheiermann, PhD, Ludwing-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

CMM Lecture Hall, L8:00

Host: Eduardo Villablanca, Associate Professor, MedS

Start: 15:00