Centrum för Molekylär Medicin
L8:05, Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset
171 76 Stockholm
Visionsgatan 18, 171 64 SOLNA
To provide Sweden with internationally recognised research in common chronic diseases that integrates:
Interactive and interdisciplinary research into the fundamental molecular controls of the common chronic diseases
Technological innovation and its translation into the discovery of new diagnostic procedures and treatments
Education and training of young scientists by fostering creativity and critical thinking and by introducing them to state of the art technology early in their careers.
Through the combination of experimental and clinical research we wish to increase understanding in the common chronic diseases and their origin and improve the possibilities of treatment.
To realise our mission, we are working in close geographic and intellectual proximity to the Karolinska University Hospital.
Welcome to Our Temporary Homepage
We are currently performing service work on the usual CMM home page; therefore, you have been redirected to this temporary page.
For booking of core facilities/instruments, meeting rooms, writing space and meeting equipment, please visit: booked.cmm.se
CMM Service Center
Tel (IT): +46 8 517 723 53
Tel (Administration): +46 8 517 749 85
ONLY FOR EMERGENCIES
CMM L8 building emergency (ex. water leak, CO2):
+46 8 517 747 85
Speaker: Philip Curman in CMM Team Jakob Wikström
Title: "Darier disease: new insights and a quest for a novel treatment"
Main supervisor: Jakob Wikström, MD, PhD, Associate professor
Annika van Vollenhoven, Bruno Raposo and Christina Gerstner invite you to the 2nd Workshop on Spectral Flow Cytometry at CMM
The workshop includes
a theoretical session about spectral ﬂow cytometry via Zoom (day 1)
a practical hands-on demonstration in loco (spreading out during day 2 and 3). Practical sessions will take place at the Flow Cytometry Core Facility in CMM.
Open to all; PhD students, master students, postdocs, lab trainees and senior researchers
Limited to 24 participants. Preference will be given to PhD students and previous applicants that did not get a place in the first workshop
The selection will be based on your motivation to attend the workshop, and therefore we would like you to submit a motivation letter signed by your PI when submitting your application (send an e-mail to email@example.com)
Microglia – Health promoting pathways and therapeutic targets in ageing and neuroinflammation
CMM Lecture Hall, CMM L8:04, Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset Solna, 17176 Stockholm.
Tomas Olsson, Karolinska Institutet Department of clinical neuroscience, Division of Neuroimmunology
Maja Jagodic, Karolinska Institutet, Department of clinical neuroscience, Division of Neuroimmunology, André
Ortlieb Guerreiro-Cacais, Karolinska Institutet, Department of clinical neuroscience, Division of Neuroimmunology
Manuel Friese, University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf, Institute for Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis
Marita Troye, Blomberg, Stockholm University, Department of Molecular Biosciences
Göran Solders, Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Division of Clinical Neurophysiology
CMM Grant Writing Workshop
Eduardo Villablanca is inviting you to the CMM Grant Writing Workshop.
For postdocs and junior faculties.
Please sign up here:
After signing up a Zoom link for joining the workshop will be sent to you.
CMM Faculty Breakfast for CMM Group and Team Leaders
Topic: Implementation of precision medicine into healthcare within Region Stockholm
Speaker: Anna Martling, Dean Karolinska Institutet North
Check in 08:15
Zoom link will be sent to you via email