In a series of lectures within the framework of the Crafoord science lunches, research that has received grants from the Crafoord foundation has been highlighted.
At a lecture during the fall, Magnus Gram presented research that the group works on related to intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) in preterm infants.
The studies aim to create a better understanding of how the brain damage occurs, and based on this try to identify possible ways to protect and treat the immature brain.
The Crafoord science lunches
Crafoord science lunches are a series of lectures that highlight research that has received funding from the Crafoord Foundation and is a collaboration between Lund University, the Crafoord Foundation and the Lund City Library.
The lecture begins with a presentation of the Crafoord foundation and ends with a short question and answer session where the audience is given the opportunity to ask questions.
In conjuction to the lecture, Magnus was interviewed about the research.
Link to Swedish interview and article: https://www.lu.se/evenemang/skydd-av-den-omogna-hjarnan-i-samband-med-hjarnblodning-hos-tidigt-fodda-barn