Nordic Dermatology Association Research Grant 2023

November 30th, 2023

NDA Research Grant was open for application for a fourth consecutive year in 2023. As previously, both residents and recently approved specialists in dermatology and venereology working in a Nordic country were eligible to apply. In addition to PhD students, also applications from postdoctoral researchers were welcomed.

NDA received several applications from Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark, and all of the applications were evaluated by the NDA Research Committee based on their clinical and scientific relevance and feasibility, and Nordic collaboration and mobility was considered advantageous.

NDA Research grant 2023 (80,000SEK) was split between two applicants: 

  • Louise Lönndahl (Sweden): Patients with delusional infestation- investigating neurobiological mechanisms with functional magnetic resonance imaging 
  • Elisabeth Schrumpf (Norway): Natural killer T cells in hidradenitis suppurativa)

The grant recipients will be offered a possibility to present their results at the next NCDV congress.

NDA board and NDA Research Committee congratulates the grant recipients!

Former grant recipients


Noora Nilsson (Finland): Comorbidities and effects of dietary treatment with gluten-free diet in dermatitis herpetiformis

Albert Duvetorp (Sweden): PSODEEP 1 – the study of patient reported Koebner in patients with psoriasis and psoriasis arthritis


Laura Krogh Herlin (Denmark): Ectodermal dysplasia in Denmark

Sinja Kristiansen (Sweden): HPV in invasive penile cancer and risk factors and treatment for penile intraepithelial neoplasia


Kristina Viiklepp (Finland): Classical pathway of complement system in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma

Philip Curman (Sweden): Development of novel treatments for a rare severe skin condition: Darier disease.

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