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Research units and coordinators

Faculty of Health and Society
Faculty ERA-coordinator: Professor Lars Plantin 

Department of Biomedical Science
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Thomas Arnebrant

Department of Criminology
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Marie Torstensson Levander

Department of Social Work
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Philip Lalander

Department of Care Science
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Christine Kumlien

 

Faculty of Culture and Society
Faculty ERA-coordinator: Professor Per-Markku Ristilammi 

Department of Global Political Studies Research unit ERA-coordinator: Associate Professor Peter Hallberg

School of Arts and Communication Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Bo Reimer

Department of Urban Studies Research unit ERA-coordinator: Associate Professor Christina Lindkvist Scholten

 

Faculty of Education and Society
Faculty ERA-coordinator: Professor Tobias Olsson 

Department of Children, Youth and Society
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Associate Professor Johan Dahlbeck

Department of Sport Sciences
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Susanna Hedenborg

Department of Culture, Languages and Media
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Associate Professor Shannon Sauro

Department of Natural Science, Mathematics and Society
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Associate Professor Jesper Sjöström

Department of Society, Culture and Identity
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Johan Lundin

Department of School Development and Leadership
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Sven Persson

 

Faculty of Technology and Society
Faculty ERA-coordinator: Professor Paul Davidsson

Department of Computer Science and Media Technology
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Associate Professor Romina Spalazzese

Department of Material Science and Applied Mathematics
Research unit ERA-coordinator: Professor Per Jönsson

 

Faculty of Odontology
Faculty ERA-coordinators: Professors Per Alstergren and Lars Bondemark