Professor Tomas Olsson
Professor Tomas Olsson, MD, PhD has been involved in research in the neurology field for more than 40 years. Tomas Olsson is Professor in Neurology at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden since 2008.
Prof. Olsson is a member and co-founder of the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Society as well as a member of multiple international MS societies. Prof. Olsson is a board member and co-founder of the European school of Neuroimmunology (ESNI), member of the international scientific board of the international congress of Neuroimmunology (ISNI), former executive board member of the international scientific board of the European committee for the treatment of MS. (ECTRIMS) and member of the International Multiple Sclerosis Genetics Consortium (IMSGC).
Prof. Olsson’s research focus on neuroinflammation with focus on multiple sclerosis (MS), and its relation to genetics, immunology and life style/environmental factors. He has authored over 600 papers published in peer reviewed journals.
Professor Bengt Winblad
Professor Bengt Winblad, MD, PhD has been involved in the field of dementia research for almost 50 years. Bengt Winblad is Professor of Geriatric Medicine at Karolinska Institutet and part of the Clinical Trial Center (which he established in 1987) at Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge. He was a member of the Nobel Assembly 1988 – 2008. BW has held multiple international positions. He chaired the European Alzheimer Disease Consortium (EADC) 2000 – 2019 and the Medical Scientific Advisory Panel (MSAP) of the Alzheimer Disease International (ADI) for ten years. BW started the International Alzheimer Conference (ICAD) – now AAIC, which he transferred to Alzheimer’s Association in 2002. He also started the International PharmacoEconomic Conference on Alzheimer Disease (IPECAD).
Prof. Winblad´s research focus is on drug discovery and treatment of patients with Alzheimer disease. BW has published more than 1000 original publications in the field of gerontology/geriatrics/dementia research and treatment of dementia conditions, especially Alzheimer disease.
Professor Henrik Zetterberg
Henrik Zetterberg is Professor in Neurochemistry at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and University College London, UK, and a Clinical Chemist at Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg. Prof. Zeterberg is Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Neurochemistry at the University of Gothenburg and leads the UK DRI Fluid Biomarker Laboratory at UCL. He is also chair of the Swedish Alzheimer’s Foundation Scientific Council and is a leading global authority in the field of biomarkers related to neurodegenerative diseases.
Prof. Zetterberg’s main research focus and clinical interest are fluid biomarkers for central nervous system diseases, Alzheimer’s disease in particular. He has published more than 1200 papers and has received numerous awards.
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