Research groups

WCMM Fellows

Associated Clinical WCMM Fellows

Research activities

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Biomedical Imaging and Spectroscopy; Clinical Instrument Translation (BISCIT)

We develop methods and instrumentation that advance spectroscopy, light transport modeling, and imaging of tissue; creating quantitative, non-invasive tools for the clinical detection, monitoring or treatment of skin diseases and injuries.

Cell signaling in intestinal inflammation

All cells in an organism communicate with one another and with their environment through integrated signaling pathways. By exploring the molecular events that shape cellular decision-making, we can predict and control the fate of individual cells.

Pragmatic Research in Orthopedics - PRIO

Pragmatic Research in Orthopedics is a research group that aim to optimize the quality of care within the field of orthopedic surgery. We have a strong focus on the orthopedic interventions aimed at the lower extremities.

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The Cantù Lab - Genome Regulation in Development and Disease

The Cantù Lab at LiU is focused on one important goal: to discover the mechanisms of genome regulation that drive cell differentiation and specialization during embryonic development.

Nucleic Acids Technologies Lab

The Nucleic Acids Technologies Lab explores the use of nucleic acids as biorecognition molecules to develop highly specific and sensitive systems, with various detection modalities.

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Pantazis Laboratory of Cellular Excitability - PaLaCE

In the Pantazis Laboratory of Cellular Excitability - PaLaCE, we employ cutting-edge experimental and computational approaches to understand how the intricate structure of ion channels relates to their function.

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Selective vulnerability to neurodegeneration

Neurodegenerative diseases cause stereotypical signs based on the specific brain region that is targeted. We try to understand how unaffected regions resist disease with the hope that these secrets can be transferred to vulnerable brain regions.

von Castelmur lab

We want to explore the evolutionary relationship and functional repurposing of human proteins acquired by picornaviruses to develop new antiviral medicine and help gain better understanding of the lifecycle of these biomedically important viruses.


Latest publications automatically generated from LiU DiVA


Elena Faustini, Andrea Panza, Matteo Longaretti, Francisca Lottersberger (2024) Quantitative analysis of nuclear deformations and DNA damage foci dynamics by live-cell imaging DNA Damage and Chromome Instability, p. 247-263 Continue to DOI
Anirban Sengupta, Noha Al-Otaibi, Claudia Devito, Francisca Lottersberger, Jorma Hinkula (2024) Differential Immune Response Patterns Induced by Anionic and Cationic Lipid Adjuvants in Intranasal Anti-Influenza Immunization Vaccines, Vol. 12, Article 320 Continue to DOI
Roberto A. Leon-Ferre, Jodi M. Carter, David Zahrieh, Jason P. Sinnwell, Roberto Salgado, Vera J. Suman, David W. Hillman, Judy C. Boughey, Krishna R. Kalari, Fergus J. Couch, James N. Ingle, Maschenka Balkenhol, Francesco Ciompi, Jeroen van der Laak, Matthew P. Goetz (2024) Automated mitotic spindle hotspot counts are highly associated with clinical outcomes in systemically untreated early-stage triple-negative breast cancer npj Breast Cancer, Vol. 10, Article 25 Continue to DOI
Kajsa Jarvholm, Eva Gronowitz, Annika Janson, Markku Peltonen, Lovisa Sjogren, Andrew J. Beamish, Jovanna Dahlgren, Johan Martensson, Torsten Olbers (2024) Cognitive functioning in adolescents with severe obesity undergoing bariatric surgery or intensive non-surgical treatment in Sweden (AMOS2): a multicentre, open-label, randomised controlled trial eClinicalMedicine, Vol. 70, Article 102505 Continue to DOI
Cecilia Jönsson, Martin Bergram, Stergios Kechagias, Patrik Nasr, Mattias Ekstedt (2024) Activin A levels in metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease associates with fibrosis and the PNPLA3 I148M variant Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology Continue to DOI