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Neuvoa-antava komitea

Neuvoa-antava komitea koostuu erilaisista eri tutkimusalojen asiantuntijoista, jotka yhdessä tekevät valtavan työn vuosittaisten tutkimusapurahojen hakemusten käsittelyssä. Asiantuntijaryhmä tarkistaa kaikki saapuvat hakemukset ja arvottaa ne säännöstön mukaisesti. Neuvoa-antava komitea suosittelee säätiön hallituksen tutkimushankkeita, jotka soveltuvat heidän mielestään apurahojen saajiksi. 

Lue lisää siitä, miten työskentely etenee ja kuinka ne tutkimushankkeet valitaan, jotka neuvoa-antava komitea katsoo sopivan parhaiten säätiön tutkimusstrategian kanssa ja ne tutkimushankkeet valitaan, joilla heidän mielestään on parhaat edellytykset kehittää hoitometodeja tyypin 1 ja tyypin 2 potilaille. 

Neuvoa-antava komitea koostuu seuraavista henkilöistä:

Docent Niina MatikainenDocent Niina Matikainen

MD, PhD, Senior consultant in endocrinology and diabetes in Department of Endocrinology, Helsinki University Hospital, Finland.

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johan_eriksson_mallProfessor Johan Gunnar Eriksson

University of Helsinki

Johan G. Eriksson became professor in General Practice at the University of Helsinki in 2006 and holds specialties in general practice and internal medicine.

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Professor Torben Hansen

University of Copenhagen


Professor Bryndis Birnir

Uppsala University

Bryndis Birnir, PhD, is Professor in Physiology at Uppsala University, Sweden. She received her PhD in Physiology 1989 at UCLA, USA, where she studied sodium-dependent co-transport.

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Professor Mikael Rydén 

Karolinska Institutet

Mikael Rydén gained his M.D. at the Karolinska Institute in 1996. He defended his PhD in molecular neurobiology at the department of medical biochemistry and biophysics the following year. 

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Professor John Wilding 

University of Liverpool

John Wilding leads Clinical Research into Obesity, Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University of Liverpool. He is an Associate Editor of Diabetic Medicine, and chairs the National Clinical Research Network Metabolic and Endocrine Speciality Group. 

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Junior Diabetes Wellness Grant rådgivande kommitte består av följande medlemmar:


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Professor Valeriya Lyssenko

Lunds Universitet

Valeriya Lyssenko is Professor of Medicine at University of Bergen.

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Dr Nils Wierup

Lunds Universitet

Nils Wierup is a biologist who defended his thesis on the novel islet hormones CART and ghrelin in 2005 at the Medical faculty at Lund University.

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Dr Elisabeth Qvigstad

Oslo University Hospital

Elisabeth Qvigstad MD (1993, University of Science and Technology, Trondheim), Ph.D. (2003, University of Science and Technology, Trondheim), certified as Specialist in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology (2013).

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Dr. Hanne Scholz

Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo

Dr. Hanne Scholz is a main principle investigator at the Transplant Unit, Oslo University Hospital and at the Hybrid Technology Hub at the University in Oslo. She is the director of the human islet isolation facility serving clinical approved islet products for the beta cell replacement therapy program in Norway. Dr Scholz lab has built up significant experience in the area of cell isolation and transplantation with particular focus on human islets and human adult stem cells derived from different tissue sources such as adipose tissue, bone marrow, and placenta. The group aims to develop new strategies for clinical islet isolation and transplantation, improve patient outcomes and islet survival. Currently, Scholz group has developed new research interest within regenerative medicine, 3D bioprinting and creation of functional mini-pancreas for “organ on a chip” platforms. She is elected as councilor of IPITA and serve as the mentor of the IPITA Young Investigator Committee. Dr. Scholz has authored or co-authored more than 50 papers in peer review journals and contributed to several book chapters (h-index 25


Dr. Ola Hansson

Ola Hansson has a basic education in biology and received his PhD in experimental diabetes research in 2005. He is since 2013 associate professor of functional genomics, currently heading the research unit Genomics, Diabetes and Endocrinology at Lund university, Sweden. OH is also since 2018 an affiliated researcher at the Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM), Helsinki University, Finland. The main research interest is to understand how genetic variation influences skeletal muscle function and whole-body metabolism - implications primarily for human health, but also for fundamental evolutionary questions. The overarching goal is to tailor, for the individual, the most beneficial exercise program to counteract genetic predisposition to metabolic disease and type 2 diabetes.


Professor Romain Barrès

Romain Barrès is Professor, Group Leader and Program Coordinator at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research (CBMR), a Center located at the Faculty of  Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Professor John Wilding

University of Liverpool

John Wilding leads Clinical Research into Obesity, Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University of Liverpool. He is an Associate Editor of Diabetic Medicine, and chairs the National Clinical Research Network Metabolic and Endocrine Speciality Group.

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