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Giving to the Faculty of Medicine

The breadth and depth in Lund University’s research and education is unique in northern Europe. Medical research has become more and more costly. External funding is therefore playing an increasingly important role in pursuing cutting-edge projects, and staying at the forefront scientific development. Donations are an important supplement to government funding and in some cases vital to continued success within many of the university’s research fields.


The Faculty of Medicine at Lund University is working actively to ensure that the research we conduct and the knowledge we possess contribute to solving global health challenges. Here are three research fields within global health, focusing on children, youth and women. These are particularly urgent areas of intervention in which we need your help to move the research forward.

MedMAX - Super-eye sees the world in a new light

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MedMAX will be a super-eye helping us understanding biomedical problems. With its help, we can find new ways of discovering and treating diseases such as cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.

Cancer research on the verge of a breakthrough

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At Lund University, there are several ongoing interdisciplinary research programmes aiming to solve the mystery of cancer.

Outstanding research in the fight against diabetes

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Currently, one in nine Swedes suffers from diabetes or is at risk of developing the illness and the disease is increasing exponentially.

Fighting brain diseases with new technology

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With the help of new technology, we hope to develop effective methods, with no side-effects, for the treatment of diseases such as chronic pain, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, depression and epilepsy.

How to contribute

Contact Emma Roybon at Emma.Roybon@med.lu.se or call +46-46-222 72 18

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