Doctoral theses by PhD students
Below you will find dissertations by doctoral students at Lund University, affiliated with Lund University Diabetes Centre (LUDC) and the strategic research area EXODIAB (Excellence of Diabetes Research in Sweden).
Use of data mining and artificial intelligence to derive public health evidence from large datasets
Bioactive lipids as neuroprotective targets in type 2 diabetes
Roles of unconventional ion channels and insulin granule structure in the pathogenesis of type-2 diabetes
Aspects of immunogenetics, infections and nutrition on the risk of celias disease autoimmunity in an Ethiopian pediatric birth cohort
Adugna Negussie Gudeta
Genetics of Diabetes Subtypes. Characterization of novel cluster-based diabetes subtypes.
Dina Mansour Aly
Early life dietary factors on the risk of celiac disease. Associations of dietary factors with risk of celiac disease in children at genetic risk.
Elin M Hård af Segerstad
Peripheral neuropathy in type 1 and type 2 diabetes – screening of vibrotactile sense and proteomics in human nerve biopsies
Cardiovascular Dysautonomia in older adults. Aetiology, Diagnosis and Health related consequences
Sugar-Coated. The role of sugar intake and cardiovascular disease development in the context of nutritional recommendations
GPCRs in pancreatic islet of rodent and human. An emerging role for adenosine A1, P2Y6 and P2Y14 in the regulation of insulin secretion
Role of Proneurotensin in Cardiometabolic Diseases
Elucidating causal relationships between energy homeostasis and cardiometabolic outcomes
Modern roles for an ancient system. Intracellular Complement in the regulation of cell function
Peripheral blood biomarkers of cell-specific autoimmunity. Studies in children at increased risk for type 1 diabetes.
Immunological markers of type 1 diabetes pathogenesis prior to clinical diagnosis
Optimizing Exposome-wide Assessments in Cardiometabolic Risk
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