Membership of the Scientific Review Panel 2018

The Board of Directors of the Swedish Research Council for Sport Science appoints the Scientific Review Panel in consultation with the Swedish Research Council (VR).

The Scientific Review Panel of the Research Council for Sport Science is divided into three Scientific Review Groups, with the following interests: The humanities and social sciences, physiology, medicine and biomechanics and traumatology, orthopaedics and rehabilitation. Applications of a multidisciplinary nature may need to be evaluated by more than one Scientific Review Group.

Each Scientific Review Group consists of a Chairperson and three members.

The role of the Scientific Review Panel is to review the distribution of funding, make suggestions about its allocation and give its opinion on applications for project funding and new, salaried academic positions to the Board of Directors. It is the Board of Directors where decisions regarding the distribution of funds are taken.

Scientific Review Group: Humanities and social sciences

Kari Fasting (chairperson)
Professor in the Sociology of Sport
The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences

Christer Ericsson
Professor Emeritus
Örebro university

Pierre-Nicolas Lemyre
Professor
The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences

Göran Patriksson
Professor Emeritus
The University of Gothenburg

Scientific Review Group: Physiology, medicine and biomechanics

Eva Jansson (chairperson)
Professor of Physiology
Karolinska Institutet

Jens Bojsen-Møller
Professor of Biomechanics
The University of Southern Denmark

Olli J Heinonen
Professor of Health and Exercise
The University of Turku

Ylva Hellsten
Professor
The University of Copenhagen

Scientific Review Group: Traumatology, orthopaedics and rehabilitation

Ronny Lorentzon (ordf)
Professor Emeritus
Umeå University

Paul Ackermann
Associate Professor
Karolinska Institutet

Maria Hagströmer
Associate Professor in Physiotherapy
Karolinska Institutet

Grethe Myklebust
Professor of Physiotherapy
The Norwegian School of Sport Sciences