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New leader at Health Sciences

Johan Dabrosin

Johan Dabrosin Söderholm (pictured), professor of surgery, is the new dean of Health Sciences. He replaces Mats Hammar, who departs following six years in office. Other faculties also have appointed new leaders.

Karin Kjellgren, professor of nursing and Fredrik Elinder, professor of molecular neurobiology, are the new pro-deans for the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Since last summer Ulf Nilsson has been in place as the new dean of the Institute of Technology. He succeeded Helen Dannetun who took over as rector on July 1. Ulf Nilsson is a professor of computer science.

The new pro-deans at the Institute of Technology are Anna Bergek, associate professor in industrial organization and Magnus Borga, professor of medical informatics.

Bo Hellgren continues as the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for another three years.

New Vice Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Mikael Heimann, professor of developmental psychology. Helena Klöfver, associate professor in sociology, continues as pro-dean.

Karin Mårdsjö Blume, will continue as the Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences for another three years.

Thomas Östholm, associate professor in zoology and Gunnel Colnerud, professor of pedagogy, continues as pro-dean.

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Last updated: 2016-02-11