The “Strokefinder” project receives 11,6 million SEK grant from Vetenskapsrådet

The “Strokefinder” project has recently been granted 11,6 million SEK for a period of 3 years from Vetenskapsrådet. The grant will make it possible to study if the technology is suitable for use in ambulances on trauma scenes. The project is led and coordinated by Mikael Elam,
Sahlgrenska Academy, together with Johan Herlitz, Lars Rosengren, Jan-Erik Karlsson and Thomas Skoglund.

Vetenskapsrådet, The Swedish Research Council, is an authority within the Ministry of Education and Research. The Swedish Research Council has a leading role in developing Swedish research of the highest scientific quality, thereby contributing to the development of society.

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