The Premises Committee is a preparatory and advisory body to the Disciplinary Domain Board on matters related to the disciplinary domain’s overall needs for research and teaching rooms, including examination rooms.
Here you will find current information. Please contact us for more information about ongoing projects.
Chair, Premises Committee
firstname.lastname@example.org, 018-611 4289
Annika Sundås Larsson
Project Manager, Buildings Division
Annika.Sundas-Larsson@uadm.uu.se, 018-471 2660
- Eva Tiensuu Janson, Deputy Vice-Rector, Professor, ordförande
- Karl Michaëlsson, Deputy Dean, Professor
- Matts Olovsson, Deputy Dean, Professor
- Anja Sandström, Deputy Dean, docent
- Anders Karlén, Professor
- Björn Hellman, Professor
- Curt Pettersson, Post Retirement Professor
- Karin Nordin, Professor
- Per Hellman, Professor
- Finn Hallböök, Professor
- Catharina Svensson, Professor
- Eva Lindberg, Professor
- Inger Sundström Poromaa, Professor
- Johan Kreuger, Senior Lecturer
- Jonas Oldgren, Professor
- Joakim Holmdahl, Centre Director
- Jenny Alfredsson, Director
Investigation of the long-term development of premises at the Disciplinary Domain
On 17 April 2019, the Disciplinary Domain Board approved the project directive Investigation of the long-term development of premises at the Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy. The purpose was to investigate, through an inventory, the Disciplinary Domain’s long-term need for premises and clarify a possible development. The investigation concerned the entire Disciplinary Domain and all the premises.
In connection with the inventory, questions were asked to the heads of department and other relevant leaders, with a focus on the current situation, the future and what is happening in the field around the world.
Premises changes at BMC
The project Premises Changes at BMC for the Disciplinary Domain of Medicine and Pharmacy aims to investigate the potential for changes in the area A6:1 at BMC and then to propose the most favourable solution for BMC and the University.
The goal of the project is to achieve a better and more attractive working environment for both students and operations at a reasonable cost.
More information (in Swedish): Lokalförändringar på BMC för vetenskapsområdet för medicin och farmaci
New study rooms and groups rooms at BMC
The project New study rooms and groups rooms at BMC aims to investigate the potential for changes in the area of study rooms and group rooms with a satisfactory occupancy rate at BMC and then to propose the most favourable solution for BMC and the University.
The aim of the project is to meet the demand for education and to create the conditions for a better utilisation of the premises at a reasonable cost.
More information (in Swedish): Nya utbildningslokaler och grupprum på BMC