Graduate student programme
The Department of Immunotechnology offers a graduate student programme of 240 hp in Immunotechnology. This equal to about 4 years of full time studies . You can download the study plan for the Immunotechnology programme here. Upon successful completion of the programme a PhD degree is awarded. Alternatively, you may graduate with a Swedish licenciate degree of a 120 hp. Research topics are to be found among those within the main research topics of the department.
For a general description of the PhD student programme of the Lund School of Technology please refer to this web site for further information.
Information on vacant PhD student positions can be found at the Lund School of Technology website.
Graduate courses given at the Department
For information on previous research assignments, please review this full list of theses.
- KIM001F Molecular Biology, Responsible: Professor Mats Ohlin
- KIM005F Cell Biology, Responsible: Professor Sara Ek
- KIM015F Proteomics 1: Responsible: Professor Peter James
- KIM020F Advanced Biological Mass Spectrometry: Responsible: Professor Peter James
- KIM025F Molecular Biology, Reading Course: Responsible: Professor Mats Ohlin
- KIM030F Scientific Outlook: Responsible: Professor Malin Lindstedt
- KIM035F Current Advances in Immunotechnology and Proteomics: Responsible: Professor Malin Lindstedt
- KIM040F Scientific Outlook: Responsible: Professor Malin Lindstedt
- KIM045F Cell Biology, Reading Course: Responsible: Professor Sara Ek
- KIM050F Cell Culture Management and Safety in Mammalian Cell Culture Work: Responsible: Kathrin Zeller, PhD
- KIM055F Immunology: Responsible: Professor Malin Lindstedt
- KIM065F Proteomics Data Analysis: Responsible: Associate professor Fredrik Levander
- KIM070F Onco-immunology: Responsible: Profesor Malin Lindstedt
- KIM075 Immune Cell Flow Cytometry: Responsible: Associate professor Kristina Lundberg