Principal Research Engineer
A microscope with super-resolution allows researchers to follow life’s processes in living cells, down to the level of individual molecules.
What really happens inside a blood clot as it forms? To investigate this question in detail, researchers developed a method that enables 3-dimensional images of how blood clots form.
We study regulation of platelet activation and interaction with coagulation from biochemistry and genes to clinical studies on antithrombotic drugs in cardiovascular diseases and how covid-19 causes thrombosis. We also develop new diagnostic methods.
The Division of Clinical Chemistry and Pharmacology (KKF) is a division at the Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences. The division is a merger of the previous divisions of Clinical Chemistry and Drug Research.
What characterizes the Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences (BKV) is the wide breadth of research and education. BKV is one of the largest departments at LiU with affiliation mainly to the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences.