Faculty of Engineering, LTH


Dr. Kristina Lundberg was today appointed as Associate Professor in Immunotechnology by the Faculty of Engineering at Lund University. Her research is focused on how to trigger the body’s own immune system to fight cancer....[more]


Linnea Thörnqvist of the Department of Immunotechnology was recently awarded a prize for best poster in experimental immunology at the 3rd international meeting on Stochasticity and Control in Immune Repertoire, in Haifa,...[more]


Lavanya Lokhande and Sara Ek have received a 240 kSEK grant from the Royal Physiographic Society for the development of microfluidic-based methods for cultivation of lymphoma cells.


The Faculty's Business Council and the Faculty's management team visited the Dept. of Immunotechnology to learn more about and discuss our infrastructures and our research foci.[more]


Assistant Professor Kathrin Zeller from the Dept. of Immunotechnology received a 3 MSEK early-career researcher grant from the Swedish Research Council FORMAS. The 3-year project “Mechanisms of “cocktail effects” in skin...[more]


Prof. Sara Ek of the Dept. of Immunotechnology has received a two-year, 600 kSEK/year, grant from The Swedish Cancer Society for immune-profiling of mantle cell lymphoma using tissue and serum-based analysis to develop methods...[more]


On Nov 14, 2019 Prof. Malin Lindstedt of the Dept. of Immunotechnology, an award-winning innovator in the field of replacement of animal experiments, will participate in a panel discussion organised by the Swedish Fund for...[more]


Prof. Mats Ohlin from the Dept. of Immunotechnology today received a grant of 2.4 MSEK from the Swedish Research Council to fund research on human antibodies in allergic disease. [more]


A recent study of antibody recognition of a major mite allergen, an allergy-causing substance, was featured on the Nov 1, 2019 issue of the Journal of Immunology. In this study researchers from the Dept. of Immunotechnology, in...[more]


Jakob Willforss of the Department of Immunotechnology was, following a public vote, awarded a poster prize at 'Proteomic Forum 2019' which recently took place in Potsdam, Germany. He presented a poster entitled 'Evaluation of...[more]

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