Organisational unit: Research group
The aim of our research is to identify genetic and immunological risk factors and predictive factors for type 1 diabetes, and ultimately to prevent the disease through primary or secondary prevention. The research is based upon our large prospective population-based studies. Diabetes Prediction in Skåne (DiPiS) and The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the young (TEDDY), screening for autoantibodies in relatives within TrialNet and a number of clinical trials aiming to prevent or delay the disease (Figure 1). In our prospective cohorts of children with risk for type 1 diabetes, we have shown that the children followed are diagnosed early with less symptom and serious disease. To prevent or delay type 1 diabetes in children with autoimmunity would be of uttermost importance.
Recent research outputs
First trimester enterovirus IgM and beta cell autoantibodies in mothers to children affected by type 1 diabetes autoimmunity before 7 years of ageAlexander Lind, Lynch, K. F., Markus Lundgren, Åke Lernmark, Almgren, P., Ramelius, A., Puustinen, L., Hyöty, H. & Annika Lundstig 2018 Jun 1 In : Journal of Reproductive Immunology. 127, p. 1-6 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
The Better Diabetes Diagnosis (BDD) study – A review of a nationwide prospective cohort study in SwedenPersson, M., C. Becker, H. Elding Larsson, Lernmark, Forsander, G., S. A. Ivarsson, Ludvigsson, J., Samuelsson, U., Marcus, C. & A. Carlsson 2018 Jun 1 In : Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 140, p. 236-244 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article
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