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CBH’s Head of Administration Marie Larson. Photo: Jon Lindhe, KTH

Administration

After the merger of KTH’s Support Services – what happens now?

On January 1, 2023, CBH’s administration merged with the services at the other schools and the University Administration. CBH’s administration is now called the Department for Support Services CBH. However, according to CBH’s Head of Administration Marie Larson, the fusion should not entail any noticeable changes for those working at CBH.

“The organizational transition in itself should not be noticed, we change the names of our organizational units within the administration and have to update our systems, in the same way as when we became CBH,” says Marie Larson.

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CBH's new Deputy Head of School Amelie Eriksson Karlström. Photo: Jon Lindhe, KTH

MANAGEMENT

"It feels natural to step in"

Since the turn of the year, Amelie Eriksson Karlström is new Acting Head of School for CBH, since former Head of School Mikael Lindström became Deputy President for KTH.

”It feels good. I think Micke was very good as Head of School and now that this situation has arisen it feels natural to step in."

KTH's new President Anders Söderholm and Anders Cajander during a visit at Campus Flemingsberg.
KTH's new President Anders Söderholm conversing with Anders Cajander, head of the department Health Informatics and Logistics, during a study visit at Makerspace on Campus Flemingsberg. Foto: Åsa Karsberg.

Management

KTH’s new President visited Campus Flemingsberg

On Monday, January 9, KTH’s new President Anders Söderholm visited KTH in Flemingsberg.

”I visit all campuses. It is very important, all business is important wherever it is conducted and it is a way of seeing the activities in their context”, says Anders Söderholm.

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Peter Savolainen, Head of Deparment at Gene technology. Photo: KTH

Research

"Our success is based on scientific curiosity"

12 research groups with different focus work at the Department of Gene Technology. The common denominator is their way of working with method development, mainly in medical problems.

”One of the reasons for us being a top department is that we ourselves decide what we are going to research," says Peter Savolainen, Head of Deparment at Gene technology.

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The road to a joint support services

She support services at the schools and the University Administration (GVS) will merge to form a new organisation from 1 January 2023. The goal is high quality support and efficiency that frees up teachers' and researchers' time and contributes to KTH's competitiveness.

Environment and sustainable development

The CBH School works actively for a sustainable development on several levels. Our research and education contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we have an environmental management system and is a workplace that strives for increased sustainability in our daily processes.

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