SciLifeLab (Science for Life Laboratory), a national center for biomolecular sciences, and the Wallenberg Centers for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) in Gothenburg, Linköping, Lund and Umeå have formed a collaborative network to bring together the future leaders of life science and molecular medicine in S...
An international consortium of researchers has conducted the largest study of malignant brain tumours to date looking for genetic markers of glioma – a highly aggressive form of brain cancer. The study, in which researchers at Umeå University participated, confirmed 13 previously identified genetic ...
The independent Swedish health care industry watcher Dagens Medicin has ranked the University Hospital of Umeå, NUS, the Best University Hospital in Sweden for 2016. The evaluation is based upon seven categories: medical quality, accessibility, hygiene, patient surveys, bedsores, overcrowding and fi...
WCMM at Umeå University commences 2017 with three Wallenberg Molecular Medicine Fellows in place - Francesca Aguilo, Lars-Anders Carlson and Daniel Öhlund. Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine is a long-term investment in tenure track positions for young researchers in molecular medicine and tra...
The Norwegian Professor Edvard Moser was together with May-Britt Moser awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their breakthrough on the human brain positioning system. On Thursday, Edvard Moser visited Campus Umeå to make new contacts and share experiences.
Up to four tenure track research positions as Assistant Professor (Associate Senior Lecturer) at WCMM Umeå University are now open for application. In this announcement, the Centre is looking for outstanding researchers – Wallenberg Molecular Medicine Fellows - to be positioned within one or more of...
Edvard Moser, 2014 Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine, comes to Umeå University on 8 December to hold a public lecture on his discovery on the human ‘inner GPS’ – a form of positioning system in the brain that is essential for navigation. Brain researcher Lars Nyberg hosts the event.
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