Clinical Genetics

Magnus Nordenskjöld

Magnus Nordenskjöld
Professor, MD

” CANCER GENETICS We try to understand why patients with apparently identical forms of cancer show different course of the disease. We study chromosome aberrations and gene expression in different types of cancer cells. Studies of the rare recessive Familial Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (FHL) outlines mutations in known disease genes and tries to identify “new” genes for […] ”

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Cancer genetics

Annika Lindblom_1

Annika Lindblom

”   Families undergoing genetic counseling for an increased risk of cancer and where no disease gene is known are being included in our ongoing studies. We have performed many studies to rule out possible candidate genes. Families without known mutations have been recruited to our linkage and association studies. We have in total identified more […] ”

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” In Sweden approximately 4 000 people are annually diagnosed with a hematological cancer. The most common types are lymphomas, leukemia and multiple myeloma. In large population-based studies we have been able to demonstrate that the prognosis has improved in most of these disorders, mainly due to better methods of diagnosis and treatment. However, many patients […] ”

Cell and molecular immunology

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Cecilia Söderberg-Nauclér
Professor, MD

” Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infects and is carried by 70-100% of the world’s population, but rarely gives symptoms in the healthy population. In immunosuppressed patients, such as organ or stem cell transplant patients, AIDS patients and neonates, CMV may cause very serious disease and even death. CMV disease in these groups of patients has also high-lightened the […] ”

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Team Natalia Landázuri


Natalia Landázuri Sáenz
Assistant Professor

” Our line of research focuses on adult stem cells in the context of health and disease. We are interested in adult stem cell as tools to design novel regenerative therapies to treat ischemia and vascular injury. We are also interested in how stem cells can impact the development of tumors through mechanisms similar to those […] ”

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Breastcancer - Team Afsar Rahbar

Afsar Maral Rahbar

Afsar Rahbar
Senior Research Fellow

” Studies of the importance of Cytomegalovirus infection in breast cancer Recently, Human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) infection has been found in breast cancer. Our research group has recently detected HCMV in most neoplastic cells in sentinel lymph nodes and brain metastases (BMs) of breast cancer. The exact mechanism by which BMs develop is unknown. Several risk factors […] ”

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miRNA and cancer - Pivarcsi

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Andor Pivarcsi
Senior researcher

” Skin cancer (excluding malignant melanoma and basal cell carcinoma) are the second most comon cancers among men and women in Sweden. Skin cancer is also the fastest growing cancer type, its incidence has nearly doubled in the last ten years. Cumulative exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun is the major risk factor and ultimate […] ”

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CMM Research Groups




Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases