Karolinska institutet (KI) and the Mayo clinic in the USA have collaborated and held conferences every year, for over 20 years now. The purpose of the organisation is to integrate medical education and research with health care. The initial topics that the two institutions shared their research and work on was essentially metabolism, nutrition and… Read More The annual KI- Mayo clinic conference
Most of you that are planning to pursue Maser’s program in Biomedicine have already set your eyes on a PhD. Not only will the research intensive program motivate you further, it will also prepare you for a PhD. The curriculum is one way but there are other advantages you would get, being a part of KI.… Read More How will the Biomedicine Master’s program prepare you for a PhD?
Summer is over. Yes, it is still August, but don´t remind me – courses started already on the 21st of August, quite early, right? Not for the whole Master´s, just for my classmates who chose developmental biology and regenerative medicine elective track. I chose the one staring the earliest, HOORAY (*sarcasm right there*)! But is… Read More “Advanced course in developmental biology and regenerative medicine” – My elective track for the Master´s in Biomedicine
A new year and new semester has begun at Karolinska Institutet! Having spent a year studying at KI, I decided to write a post on the two campus: Campus Solna and Flemingsberg. Today, I’ll be writing about Campus Flemingsberg. I’ll cover aspects like transport, facilities at the campus and share a few pictures. So without… Read More A virtual tour around Campus Flemingsberg!
Continuing from my previous post about future toxicologists, below are some more of my classmate’s responses: Ioana Chelcea How is toxicology program different from your previous background? Lecturers in the courses have more researchers Favorite course so far Toxicokinetics What’s the most memorable event in toxicology program? 40th years Toxicology Anniversary Elinor Hansson Wilcken How… Read More Future Toxicologists (Part 2)
To all the new students, First and foremost a warm welcome to KI and sunny Stockholm! (At least for now 😉 ) Introduction week has started at KI which means you have officially begun the journey of starting university life. Here’s a little something to know about life in Sweden and what to expect when… Read More What to expect when starting university!
Today the Global Health Master’s class of 2018 begins their introduction week and soon one member of the cohort will take over my responsibilities as digital ambassador. It is therefore time for me to pass on the baton and move on to new adventures. Before doing so, I would like to take this opportunity to… Read More Signing off
The first year Bioentrepreneurship is over (hurrah)…. this means we got a big long summer break (double hurrah). The Swedes love their summer and KI’s term times means we have no classes from early June to late August. Summer in Sweden is a little bit legendary. There are a million blog posts from my fellow… Read More How I spent my summer vacation (an internship at a health economics consultancy and other opportunities)
With summer coming to an end (almost) and Year 2 being a month away, I thought it was time for some fika and reflection on Year 1. Hard to get rid of the fika habit despite it being only a year, might I add. Here’s a quick over view of all the subjects we have… Read More Bachelor’s programme in Biomedicine- Year 1 review
Summer may be the time to relax, go to the beach and and bask in the sun’s warmth but sometimes, it is also fun to take up a research project! Right?! Here are 3 ways to find an internship or some kind of project after finishing your first year of Bachelor’s. Internships over summer are… Read More 3 ways to find internships during summer