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Dr. Mattias Levin of the Dept. of Immunotechnology today won the prize for best poster in the Allergic immune responses session at the 2014 European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress in Copenhagen. The titel of his work was Genetically restricted local IgE repertoires from nasal tissue of allergic donors target multiple epitopes [...]

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The Department was granted support for several research projects by the Swedish Research Council:Carl Borrebaeck: Cellular basis for allergy: regulation of the allergic immune response by dendritic cells Carl Borrebaeck: Global proteome analysis using context independent motif specific antibodies and micoarraysMats Ohlin: Allergen-specific [...]

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Dr. Kristina Lundberg of the Dept. of Immunotechnology today won the prize for best poster in the Immunotherapies & miscellaneous session at the 2014 European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Congress in Copenhagen. The titel of her work was Expression of allergy-associated C-type lectin receptors by DC subsets is modified by [...]

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Johan Teleman of the Dept. of Immunotechnology was awarded a price for best MSc thesis in 2011 from the Bo Rydin Foundation for Scientific Research.

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Sara Ek was appointed professor of Immunotechnology at Lund University. Congratulations!    

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The Department was granted a 2 year postdoctoral grant for Dr. Helena Persson from the Lund School of Technology.  

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Prof Sara Ek of the Dept. of Immunotechnology was awarded a grant from Cancerfonden for a project entitled Molekylära undersökningar av primära, resistenta och återfallstumörer hos patienter med mantelcellslymfom samt utveckling av kliniska verktyg för behandlingsval.   

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Assoc. Prof. Sara Ek was awarded a grant (1 MSEK) from Stiftelsen Olle Engkvist Byggmästare for a project entitled "Development of therapeutic modalities based on novel transcription factors, including Sox 11".  

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Dr. Sofia Waldemarson was appointed Associate Professor (docent) in Immunotechnology at Lund University.    

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BioCARE, a center within the Swedish Research Council's effort to support strategic research areas, has been inaugurated. Prof. Carl Borrebaeck, the head of the Dept. of Immunotechnology, is one of 10 principal investigators active within this center. It will focus its activities to the field of biomarkers in cancer medicine.  

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