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WP3 - Severe Autoimmune Diabetes (SAID) - mechanisms & pathways

WP leaders

Åke Lernmark and Annelie Carlsson


  • To explore the influence of SAID heterogeneity on disease outcome
  • To identify targetable mechanisms and pathways underlying initiation and progression of SAID
  • To identify predictive biomarkers for the development of other concomitant autoimmune disease

















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DiaUnion, the Medicon Valley Center for diabetes, autoimmunity and prevention

  • Started in winter 2020, will run for 2.5 years
  • Funded by the European Regional Development Fund
  • Partners are Lund University, Steno Diabetes Center Copenhagen, Medicon Valley Alliance, The Capital Region of Denmark and Region Skåne