Curriculum vitae agneta holmäng källebergsv. 1, S-429 35 Kullavik, Sweden Born; May 15, 1959, Falköping, Sweden Doctoral degree



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CURRICULUM VITAE

AGNETA HOLMÄNG

Källebergsv.1, S-429 35 Kullavik, Sweden

Born; May 15, 1959, Falköping, Sweden


Doctoral degree

1987 M.D. (”Swedish läkarexamen”), Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

1993 Ph.D., Department of Internal medicine, University of Göteborg. Research area: cardiovascular prevention, title “Effects of steroid hormones on insulin sensitivity in skeletal muscle”, supervisor Per Björntorp
Clinical certificate

1987 Registered Physician (legitimerad läkare)


Qualification as Associate Professor

1997 Cardiovascular Institute, University of Göteborg


Current and previous positions

2006- Director of the Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Sahlgrenska Academy, Göteborg University

2002- Professor,Laboratory Medicine, Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology unit of Endocrinology, Sahlgrenska Academy, Göteborg University 100% research in position

1987-89 Residency as physician, part time, Internal Medicine, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Göteborg

1994-98 Research Assistant, the Swedish Medical Research Council

1985-87 Internship, Falköping Hospital, Falköping


Parental leave

Four Children:

1989, 1990, 1996 and 1998
Distinctions

1994 Young Investigator´ s Award (Scandinavian society for the study of diabetes)


People awarded doctorates

1996-2000 Maria Niklasson “The Regulation of Muscle Interstitial Insulin, Nutrients and Blood Flow in Insulin Resistant Models”.

1996-2001 Jovanna Dahlgren “Hormonal programming and adrenal function”.

1997-2001 Cecilia Nilsson “Perinatal programming and neuroendocrine regulation”.

1998-2002 Mikaela Sjöstrand “Insulin resistance in skeletal muscle with special reference to interstitial insulin and glycerol”.

2002-2005 Luigi Manni “Adrenoceptors and Nerve Growth Factor:Effects of Electro-

Acupuncture and Physical Exercise in Rats with Steroid-Induced Polycystic

Ovaries”.

2001-2005 Anne-Maj Samuelsson “Effects of prenatal IL-6 exposure and hyperinsulinemia

on neuroendocrine regulation”.



Postdoctoral researchers

1.Shuzo Kumugai MD, PhD (1993-94) 2. Noriko Yoshida MD, PhD (1994-95) 3. Kazou Mimura MD, PhD (1995-96) 4. Karolina Ploj MD, PhD (2002-03) 5.Elisabet Stener-Victorin RPT, PhD (2003-2005) 6. Åsa Tivesten MD, PhD (2003-2005) 7. Nina Jansson (2007-)


National and international assignments

Chairman of the committee for appointment of Associate Professors, Sahlgrenska Academy, Göteborg University, Member of the evaluation committee of the Swedish scientific research council, Member of the evaluation committee of the Swedish research council for sport science (CIF), Sahlgrenska Academy, Göteborg University Member of the board of the Swedish Brain Power, Member of the board of the Arvid Carlsson foundation, Member of the Swedish board of Food & Health Concept Centre


Communication of research results

Invited as speaker to about 20 international conferences in the field of obesity, cardiovascular and endocrinology research.



60 peer-reviewed publications.
Funding (2007)

In total 2,5 MSEK/year in external grant including grants from the Swedish Research Council, LUA/ALF from the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, the Swedish Diabetes Research foundation and the NovoNordisk foundation.


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