On August 1, 2017, the Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine (IKMM) and the Department of Laboratory Medicine, Children's and Women's Health (LBK) merged into the Department of Clinical and Molecular Medicine. We are currently updating the websites.
Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine
The Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine (IKMM) aims at carrying out high quality research, supervision and teaching for better health.
The department teaches and gives supervision to medical students, as well as master students and PhD Candidates in molecular medicine. Research topics comprise basic- and clinical research within oncology and mechanisms of cancer development, palliative medicine, haematology, dermatology and venerology, infectious disease, molecular cell biology, physiology, immunology, toxicology, gastroenterology and gastrosurgery, experimental surgery, endocrinology, nephrology, urology and medical ethics. The Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine belongs to the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (MH).