A. Lennerling, University of Gothenburg
Annette Lennerling, RN, PhD, wrote her thesis on “The essence of living kidney donation”. She has been working clinically at the Transplant Institute as living kidney donor coordinator since many years and is also involved in several research projects. She is a co-chair in the ELPAT working group “Living Organ Donation” and was a work package leader in the EU-funded project on Living Organ Donation in Europe (EULOD Project).
In this project, Annette Lennerling supports the research team with their transplant tourism study in Sweden.
The University of Gothenburg was founded in 1954 through the amalgamation of this college with the Medical college, which had been established in 1949. The University of Gothenburg has approximately 50,000 students and 5,000 employees. It is one of the major universities in Europe. The Sahlgrenska Academy is the faculty of health sciences at the University of Gothenburg.