Pernilla Lagergren is, since 1st March 2018, Chair in Surgical Care Sciences on a part time basis at the Department of Surgery and Cancer.
She aims to develop the research area of cancer survivorship at the department and hope that the future research in this field will make a major contribution to improving the quality of life of cancer patients and their families.
Professor Lagergren is also the chair of the newly initiated Healthcare Professional Academic Group (HPAG). Here you can read more about the group: Healthcare Professional Academic Group website
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