Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM)

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The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) at Linköping University is part of a national plan for Sweden to reclaim its world-leading position in medical research.

WCMM Linköping focuses on the medicine-technology interface, and builds upon our existing strengths in research within medical technology, materials science and bioengineering. WCMM works in cooperation with Region Östergötland (the University hospital in Linköping) and with the support of the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

 

 

WCMM Fellows
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WCMM are looking for Postdocs and Phd students
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Publications
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Organisation
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Events, seminars and lectures
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WCMM Network in Linköping and Norrköping
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Research infrastructure
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News
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Stefan Koch awarded an ECCO grant

Stefan Koch, Research fellow at WCMM LiU, recently visited the ECCO conference in Vienna (European Crohn's and Colitis Organization). In connection with the conference, a number of research grants were also distributed.

Stefan Koch was one of those who got an ECCO project grant. The grant was € 33 850. Koch will use the money to investigate an IBD (Inflammatory bowel disease) risk gene in mice.

WCMM Partners
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WCMM Networks in Sweden
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The Wallenberg Centres for Molecular Medicine are key elements in a national effort to reposition Sweden as a world-leading life science nation. 

The initiative was taken by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, and is a joint venture with the Universities and University Hospitals of Gothenburg, Lund, Umeå and Linköping. SciLifeLab in Stockholm and Uppsala serves as a research partner and unique core facility for the four Centres.


About WCMM
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