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Centre for Bone and Arthritis Research

 
Welcome to our research centre. We rely on a multidisciplinary translational approach with the overall aim to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis, two of the most common diseases in Sweden.

News 

2016-12-19

Sofia Movérare Skrtic receives a research grant of SEK 12 million from SSF

Sofia Movérare Skrtic är en av tre forskare vid Göteborgs universitet som nu utsetts till framtidens forskningsledare av Stiftelsen för strategisk forskning. Utnämningen innebär ett forskningsanslag på 12 miljoner kronor. För mer information klicka här.


2016-11-01

Association between excessive BMI increase during puberty and risk of cardiovascular mortality in adult men

The CBAR study has been published in Lancet Diabetes Endocrinology. For more information click here and for more news click here.


2016-07-08

The role of membrane ERα signaling in bone and other major estrogen responsive tissues

The CBAR study has been published in Scientific Reports. For more information click here.


2016-04-25

The Novo Nordisk Foundation makes a major investment in Ulrika Islander’s research

Ulrika Islander, Associate Professor in the Department of Rheumatology and Inflammation Research, has just received five years of financing from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to investigate this. For more information click here.


2016-04-13

Claes Ohlsson receives Wallenberg Clinical Scholar

Claes Ohlsson, professor på institutionen för medicin, är en av fem framgångsrika kliniska forskare som nu utses till Wallenberg Clinical Scholar. Tillsammans med sina kollegor inom Centre for Bone and Arthritis Research driver han helt unik forskning om osteoporos och benbrott. För mer information klicka här.


2015-12-01

The bone-sparing effects of estrogen and WNT16 are independent of each other

The CBAR study has been published in PNAS. For more information click here.


 

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