“Being able to turn a tough medical test situation into something positive for a child who hardly dares walk through the door is an incredible feeling,” says Stefan Lundeberg, who ...
A bag of T cells returned to the patient
Researchers Rolf Kiessling and Maria Wolodarski are continuing along the path of 2018s year’s Nobel Prize winners in medicine. Two patients are now completely tumor free with their ...
From a half hour to a minute in the MRI
By using Stefan Skare’s method, it only takes a minute to obtain an image of the brain. This is great for patients who have difficulty lying still for an MRI or are claustrophobic. ...
Sequencing an individual’s complete genome
Karolinska University Hospital’s Genomic Medicine Center is one of only a few centers in the world currently sequencing an individual’s complete genome. The Center is part of the ...
English speakers can now donate blood in Stockholm
It is now possible for English speakers to donate blood in Stockholm. Here you can find more information on how to do it.
Karolinska heads a consortium of European university hospitals to address innovation of procurement in healthcare
A consortium of seven leading European university hospitals, coordinated by Karolinska University Hospital, will join efforts to innovate procurement of digital health and care ...
Karolinska University Hospital receive interim report on investigation of discrimination from law firm Flood Herslow Holme
Karolinska University Hospital has received an interim report from the Stockholm County Council contracted law firm Flood Herslow and Holme (FHH).
Patient centered research at Karolinska University Hospital has now moved to the BioClinicum
The last moving trip of 2018 to the BioClinicum research facility is now completed, which means that approximately 550 researchers will start working in the new facilities.
Cancer in the third generation
When Anita Wanngren was told she had breast cancer, her mother and grandmother had already died of the same condition. Soon she was having conversations with relatives she had not ...
Investigation started on reported discrimination at Karolinska University Hospital
An external investigation has been started at Karolinska University Hospital based on a report of discrimination on the grounds of anti-Semitism. The investigation is being done by ...