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Special Interest Groups

Special interest groups (SIGs) are groups of scientists encompassing all academic levels, from PhD students to Professors, who meet regularly to create opportunities for in-depth scientific discussion and collaborations. The SIGs are self-organizing and self-managing groups.

Genetics

Andreas Puschmann

Fluid biomarkers

Sebastian Palmqvist

Cellular reprogramming

Henrik Ahlenius

Acquired brain injuries

Iben Lundgaard

Basal ganglia disease

Rana Soylu Kucharz

MAXIV user NET

Oxana Klementieva

Clinical imaging methods

Nicola Spotorno

Neuroinflammation

Maria Swanberg

Molecular signaling

Lautaro Belfiori

Digital tools to evaluate symptoms

Maria H Nilsson

Translational Pharmacology

Karsten Ruscher