Anahita Hamidi is rewarded by the Swedish Society for Medical Research, with one of the country's most sought after scholarships for young, extra promising researchers.

2019-08-05

The scholarships are awarded by SSMF with SEK 850,000 for two years of full-time research and SEK 658,000 for two years at half-time. In total, SSMF will support young medical researchers in 2019 with over SEK 70 million. The 26 fellows come from four different universities.

Anahita Hamidi, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology

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