News from Health Sciences
Örebro best in Sweden for citations
When Times Higher Education publishes its ranking in 2023, there are now statistics per subject. In the subject Clinical and Health, Örebro University is the best in Sweden in terms of citations.
Jort Veen is doctor of medicine in sport science after successfully defending his thesis
Wednesday 23 November at at 1 p.m. the defence of the doctoral thesis began in auditorium C1 on Campus USÖ and just over three hours later it was announced that the School of Health Sciences had gained a new doctor in sports science.
Research and Innovation Week furthering collaboration between Örebro University and Japan
Innovation, AI, sustainability and ageing. These were some of the research fields discussed when Örebro University, along with 19 other Swedish and Japanese universities, participated in the MIRAI 2.0 Research and Innovation Week in Japan.
Örebro University continues to be among the world’s 500 highest-ranked universities
Örebro University retains its ranking as one of the world’s 500 best universities in this year’s ranking by Times Higher Education.
Two portions of vegetables per day adequate to protect against inflammation in older people
Only two portions of vegetables per day can reduce systemic inflammation that affects multiple parts of the body simultaneously, a new doctoral thesis from Örebro University has shown. Fruit, on the other hand, does not seem to have the same effect.