The School of Medical Sciences is host to the research disciplines medicine, biomedicine and surgical sciences.
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Study on PFAS and fatty liver disease – women more affected than men
Women are affected to a greater degree than men when exposed to PFAS, a group of highly fluorinated chemicals. A study from Örebro University shows how PFAS affect metabolism and lead to liver damage, so-called fatty liver disease.
Örebro is part of multi-million investment in mining research: “to set new world standard”
LKAB is investing SEK 80 million in research towards sustainable mining. Örebro University, with its expertise in AI and autonomous systems, is one of three universities whose researchers will contribute to the development.
Evaluation of university’s research complete – now the real work begins
For the third time, Örebro University has evaluated all its research. A major undertaking which was conducted online with external reviewers from eleven countries. The ultimate aim is to raise quality. “It will be a while before we will see the result....
Get vaccinated against COVID-19 on campus
On Wednesday 6 October, Thursday 7 October and Thursday 14 October, Region Örebro County offers drop-in vaccination against COVID-19 in Långhuset at Örebro University. Both students and staff are welcome to get vaccinated.