Swedish Research Council’s Board

The Swedish Research Council’s Board has ultimate responsibility to the Government for our activities. The Board consists of nine members. Six are appointed by researchers at higher education institutions, and three are appointed by the Government.

Board members 2022–2024

Name

Title

Organisation

Irene Wennemo (chair, appointed by the government))

Doctor of sociology and Drector General of the National Mediation Office

The National Mediation Office

Niklas Arnberg

Professor of virology

Umeå University

Marika Edoff

Professor of solid state electronics

Uppsala University

Susanna Fellman

Professor of business history

University of Gothenburg

Katarina Bjelke (appointed by the government)

Director General

Swedish Research Council

Folke Tersman

Professor of practical philosophy

Uppsala University

Mathias Uhlén (appointed by the government)

Professor of microbiology

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Gunilla Westergren-Thorsson

Professor of lung biology

Lund University


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