New building inaugurated

On October 20, 2016, was the inauguration of Technology and Health in Flemingsberg ─ the building housing KTH School of Technology and Health, the Swedish Red Cross University College, CAMST, the Karolinska University Hospital and CLINTEC Medical Imaging and
Technology, the Karolinska Institute.

Helene Hellmark Knutsson, Minister for Higher Education and Research, held an inauguration speech, and organization representatives tied tapes, symbolizing the common development work to be pursued in the building.

Hack into data for value of life – You can make the difference!

Between the 25th and 27th of November, Sthlm TietoHack will take place at KTH School of Technology and Health in Flemingsberg.

KTH, City of Stockholm, IBM and Tieto presents a hackathon that offers participants a great opportunity to develop the healthcare & welfare and education ecosystem, technologies and solutions. The main focus will be on creating value for the citizens.

Be part of the digitalization process which affects!

8-10 November it’s time for KTH Global 2016, the event that highlights all of the international opportunities available during your studies at KTH.

Brain researchers raised helmet awareness at festival

In September, researchers from the HEADs project at STH’s Neuronics unit participated together with various other research groups in the Brain Festival and organized interactive activities together with festival visitors.

New address from July 1st

On July 1, 2016, the School of Technology and Health receives a new address in Flemingsberg. The school is moving into the new building Technology and Health, together with the Swedish Red Cross University College, CAMST, the Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge, and CLINTEC Medical Imaging and Technology, Karolinska Institutet. The new building is situated by the Karolinska University Hospital Huddinge’s main entrance. All of the school’s research, development and education which has previously been located in Haninge and Flemingsberg, will be gathered the new building.

The new address is:

KTH School of Technology and Health
Hälsovägen 11C
141 57 Huddinge

STH researchers describe the protein behind Huntington’s disease

Researchers at STH have participated in identifying the structure of the protein Huntingtin, which in a mutated, prolonged form causes Huntington’s disease. The research project is a result of the collaboration between the School och Technology and Health and the South Korean university KAIST.

Open seminars in Medical Imaging

During the autumn, a series of seminars will take place at KTH School of Technology and Health. The aim of the seminar series is to discuss different topics related to medical images under different perspectives.

Ny rapport

Nyorientering av svensk sjukvård

Om hur verksamhetstjänande styrning och ledning kan skapa ett hållbart engagemang i verksamhetsutveckling inom svensk sjukvård. Bygger på ett nyligen avslutat treårigt forskningsprojekt finansierat av AFA Försäkring.

Crosstalks: Mats Nilsson talks about his prosthetic hand

- My dream is to make a prosthetic hand that copies the functions of a normal hand completely, says Mats Nilsson, lecturer and researcher at KTH Royal Institute of Technology and a guest in Crosstalks on Human Enhancement.

Med sikte på framtidens hälso- och sjukvård

- Jag tycker inte att Sverige sett till sina intressen i medicintekniken tillräckligt, säger Björn-Erik Erlandsson, vice skolchef på STH, i ett personporträtt i KTH&Co.

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