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  • Helena Carén gets to share 15 million SEK in reasearch funds from Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund [Swedish]

    [19 Feb 2020] Helena Carén from SCC studies cancer stem cells in order to understand why malignant glioma is so difficult to treat. The aim is to develop a better treatment with less side effects. She is one of the researchers in Gothenburg who get to share 15 million SEK in research funds from Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund.

  • Advanced animal model can predict therapy effects in immunotherapy

    [13 Jan 2020] A new study from Sahlgrenska Cancer Center shows that an advanced animal model, where mice carry the tumours of the patients, could be used to beforehand get the knowledge of which tumour is going to respond to the treatment. The animal model could therefore be used for testing new therapies against the skin cancer type Malignant melanoma.

  • SCC researcher on Top-100 of most cited scientists in Medicine in Sweden

    [13 Dec 2019] SCC Director Jonas Nilsson was mentioned on the list of the 100 most cited researchers in the field of Medicine. Among researchers from GU he was one of only two cancer researchers - as defined by receiving grants from Swedish Cancer Society - that made it into the list.

  • Anders Ståhlberg and Martin Dalin receive MTI2019 grant from the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund

    [4 Dec 2019] The research group leaders Anders Ståhlberg and Martin Dalin at Sahlgrenska Cancer Center have received a MTI2019 grant of a total of 3 million SEK from the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund. Anders Ståhlberg as the main applicant and Martin Dalin as the academic co-applicant. The grant lies within the area of medical technology innovation for children with cancer and is one of only two awarded this year.

  • Göran Landberg is one of 26 researchers in Gothenburg who together receive 70 million from Swedish Cancer Society [Swedish]

    [20 Nov 2019] 26 researchers in Gothenburg together receive a total of 70 milllion SEK from Swedish Cancer Society. This year the largest grant goes to Göran Landberg at Sahlgrenska Cancer Center, who receives six million SEK for his research project in how the aggressiveness of the cancer cells are affected by the environment they exist in. Another five research leaders at Sahlgrenska Cancer Center also receive grants from Swedish Cancer Society. Anna Martner and Fredrik Bergh Thorén receive three million SEK each for their research projects and Helena Carén, Roger Olofsson Bagge respectively Anders Ståhlberg receive 2,4 million SEK each.

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