Distinguished University Professor at Department of Neuroscience, Kozlova: Regenerative neurobiology
My research has focused on responses of neurons and associated glial cells, in particular microglia, to peripheral nerve or dorsal root injury. My current research aims at restoring function in the injured spinal cord, using novel approaches to optimize survival and functional differentiation of stem cell transplants.
Academic merits: MD PhD, Associate Professor
Keywords: transplantation glia cells stem cells neuronal regeneration spinal cord
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Professor of Medical Structural Biology, Uppsala University, 1995-2010 (currently emeritus)
Head of Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University, 2006-2010
Associate Professor of Anatomy, Karolinska Institutet, 1984-1995
Postdoctoral US Public Health Service Fellow (Fogarty Fellow) in neurology, Albany Med Coll, NY, 1977-78
Assistant Professor (docent) of Anatomy, Karolinska Institutet, 1976-82
PhD in Anatomy, Karolinska Institutet, 1974
License to practise medicine, 1971
MD, Uppsala University, 1971
158 publications listed in PubMed
18 book chapters
B. Norrving, H. Aldskogius m fl: Klinisk neurovetenskap. Liber 2015.
H. Aldskogius & B. Rydqvist: Den friska människan - Anatomi och fysiologi. Liber 2018.
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