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Analysis of regional atrophy on brain imaging compared with cognitive function in the elderly and in patients with dementia – cross-sectional and longitudinal evaluation
The aim of the PhD project is to compare a quantitative and qualitative image analysis of regional cerebral atrophy with cognitive function in the elderly persons.
Graphene Based Inks for Printed Electronics
The outstanding properties of graphene make it attractive ink filler for conductive inks which plays an important role in printed electronics. This thesis focuses on the ink formulation based on graphene and graphene oxide (GO).
Disputation: Man Song, "Graphene Based Inks for Printed Electronics".
Man Song, avd Fasta tillståndets elektronik, "Graphene Based Inks for Printed Electronics". Opponent: PhD Anwar Ahniyaz, RISE.
Disputation: Yuanyuan Han, "Biosensing platforms using graphene based bioreactive nanostructures with various dimensions”
Biosensing platforms using graphene based bioreactive nanostructures with various dimensions
This thesis focuses on concepting, developing and testing of biosensors where nanomaterials including graphene gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) and magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) constitute the biosensors.
Disputation: Optimal adaptive designs and adaptive randomization techniques for clinical trials
Translating Cardiac and Cardiometabolic GWAS Using Zebrafish
The overall objective of the thesis is to establish large-scale, imaged-based screens in zebrafish embryos and larvae to examine candidate genes for their effects on heart rate and rhythm, as well as on early-onset atherosclerosis and dyslipidemia.
Optimal adaptive designs and adaptive randomization techniques for clinical trials
In this Ph.D. thesis, we investigate how to optimize the design of clinical trials by constructing optimal adaptive designs, and how to implement the design by adaptive randomization.
Adherence to drug treatment and interpretation of treatment effects
The overall aim of this thesis was to investigate factors with relevance to adherence, to estimate treatment effects with the time-based Delay of Event (DoE) measure in anticoagulant preventive treatments, and to explore how lay people responded to the DoE measure, as compared with established measures, regarding treatment decisions and effect interpretation.
Avian Malaria and Interspecific Interactions in Ficedula Flycatchers
Parasitism is a core theme in ecological and evolutionary studies. Despite this, there are still gaps in our knowledge regarding host-parasite interactions in nature.
Moving out, moving up, becoming employed: Studies in the residential segregation and social integration of immigrants in Sweden
This thesis investigates the complex relationship between residential segregation and social integration. The dominant discourse in Sweden and Europe sees residential segregation as hindering socioeconomic and cultural integration, creating parallel societies and even threatening the social cohesion of European societies.
Induction and repair of clustered DNA damage sites after exposure to ionizing radiation
This thesis aimes to specifically address questions regarding the requirement and involvement of DNA repair proteins in the repair of various types of radiation-induced DNA damage.