Prof. Håkan Aldskogius

About the author

Håkan Aldskogius

MD, Uppsala University, 1971

PhD in Anatomy, Karolinska Institutet, 1974

Postdoctoral Fogarty Fellow, Albany Medical College, Neurology, 1977-78

Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Karolinska Institutet, 1978-1984

University Lecturer in Anatomy, Karolinska Institutet, 1984-1995

Professor of Medical Structural Bology, Uppsala University, 1995-2010

Chairman, Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University, 2006-2010

Professor Emeritus, Uppsala University, 2010-

Field of research: Spinal cord neural degeneration, regeneration and plasticity

137 original and 19 review publications in PubMed, ca 5 000 citations, h-factor 41

Recent publication: Hoeber J, Trolle C, Konig N, Du Z, Gallo A, Hermans E, Aldskogius H, Shortland P, Zhang SC, Deumens R, Kozlova EN. Human embryonic stem cell-derived progenitors assist functional sensory axon regeneration after dorsal root avulsion injury. Scientific Reports. 2015 Jun 8;5:10666. doi: 10.1038/srep10666.

Editor: Glial Interfaces in the Nervous System, IOS Press, 2002; Animal Models of Spinal Cord Repair, Humana Press, 2013

Field of education: Gross Anatomy, Functional Neuroanatomy, Regenerative Neurobiology

Book Chapter: Structure and Function of the Nervous System in Clinical Neuroscience, Liber, 2015 (Swedish)

Commitments of Trust: Evaluator European Commission, Marie Sklodowska-Curie program, 2012-2015; Member Medical Faculty Executive Committee for Medical Education, 1996-2010; Consultant Medical Faculty Executive Committee for Medical Education, 2010-2015

Professional memberships: American Association of Anatomists, Society for Neuroscience, Federations of European Neuroscience Societies, Swedish Society for Physicians.

Global Medical Discovery featured article: The use of a cerebral perfusion and immersion-fixation process for subsequent white matter dissection