A3P Biomedical has formed a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), comprised of scientific and clinical leaders in urology and oncology, and chaired by professor Per-Anders Abrahamsson, former Secretary General of the European Association of Urology (EAU). The SAB will provide expertise and counsel to management in strengthening the clinical evidence and health economic benefits of Stockholm3 and advancing the global implementation, with initial focus on Europe.
“I am delighted to Chair A3P Biomedical’s Scientific Advisory Board, and to be part of such a distinguished group of scientific and clinical experts. Stockholm3 already has a strong scientific foundation with more than 75,000 men included in prospective clinical studies and has the potential of becoming an important tool in reducing mortality and overdiagnosis in prostate cancer,” says Per-Anders Abrahamsson.
“The prestigious group of thought leaders who have joined our Scientific Advisory Board will provide A3P Biomedical with strategic expertise and access to international key opinion leaders in the months and years ahead, as we continue our mission of improving men’s health by implementing Stockholm3 for early detection of prostate cancer,” says David Rosén, CEO at A3P Biomedical.
The founding members of the A3P Biomedical European Scientific Advisory Board are:
Professor Emeritus Per-Anders Abrahamsson, Chairman
Professor Emeritus Per-Anders Abrahamsson, MD, PhD, was the Secretary General of the European Association of Urology (EAU) in 2007-2015 and Head of the Department of Urology at Skåne University Hospital in 1998-2015. He is an Adjunct Professor of Urology at the University of Rochester Medical Center, New York, USA and an honorary professor at an additional 16 Institutions worldwide. Professor Per-Anders Abrahamsson has published more than 300 peer reviewed papers and received numerous awards and prizes for his research.
Professor Alberto Briganti
Professor Alberto Briganti is deputy-director of the Urological Research Institute and director of the Robotic Surgical Program of the Department of Urology at San Raffaele Hospital in Milan, Italy. He is a member of European Association of Urology (EAU) Scientific Committee and the Editor-in-Chief of European Urology Oncology. He is a reviewer of numerous scientific journals in the field of urology and oncology. Professor Alberto Briganti has published more than 1,100 peer reviewed papers and has won several awards, e.g. the Matula Award, annually assigned by the EAU to the most promising academic urologist below the age of 40.
Professor Dr. Markus Graefen
Professor Dr. Markus Graefen is a co-founder and Head of the Martini-Klinik, at the University Hospital Hamburg, Germany. The Martini-Klinik is the largest prostate cancer treatment center in the world with 8,000 outpatients and more than 2,500 surgical cases annually. Professor Dr. Graefen is a member of the German guideline committee on prostate cancer, Editorial Board Member of European Urology, Board Member of the German Association of Urologic Oncology and Member of the Scientific Board of the Federal Physicians Chamber in Germany. He is further a reviewer of numerous national and international scientific journals. Professor Dr. Graefen has published more than 850 peer reviewed papers and has won several research awards.
Professor Henrik Grönberg
Professor Henrik Grönberg leads a research group with 35 researchers focused on prostate cancer at Karolinska Institutet. He is responsible for the Prostate Cancer Center at Capio S:t Göran’s Hospital in Stockholm and is a co-founder of A3P Biomedical. He was previously the Vice President at Karolinska Institutet. Professor Henrik Grönberg has published more than 400 peer reviewed papers and have won several awards, most recently he was awarded the Swedish Cancer Foundation’s Cancer Researcher of the Year 2022 award for his research that enables early detection of prostate cancer.
Associate Professor Jochen Walz
Associate professor Jochen Walz is Head of the Department of Urology at the Institute Paoli-Calmettes Cancer Centre in Marseille, France. He is a member of the European Association of Urology (EAU) Scientific Committee, Co-Editor-in-Chief of European Urology Open Science, former Chairman of the EAU Section of Urological Imaging, and a member of several professional associations including the American Urological Association and the German Society of Urology. He is also a faculty member of prestigious institutions, including the European School of Urology and the European Society for Radiotherapy and Oncology. Associate professor Jochen Walz has published more than 100 peer reviewed papers and has won numerous scientific awards.