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Our Research Groups

Mattias Alenius: Homeostatic control of olfaction and taste

Gemma Atkinson:
Functional evolution of (p)ppGpp-synthesising/hydrolysing stress response proteins and ABCF translation and antibiotic resistance factors

Jonas Barandun: Visualizing unique molecular machines important for the infection process - Organism specific elements in universally conserved assemblies

Anna Berghard: Cell biology and physiology of the mammalian primary and accessory olfactory systems

Sven Bergström: Infection and virulence properties of Borrelia spirochetes, and the role of birds in the biology and ecology of tick-transmitted zoonoses

Oliver Billker: Malaria parasite transmission and reproduction in mosquitoes

Staffan Bohm: Establishment of functional and topographic identity of olfactory sensory neurons

Ellen Bushell: Molecular mechanisms of malaria parasite-host interactions

Anders Byström: tRNA metabolism in eukaryotes

Felipe Cava: Bacterial cell wall composition and its contribution to long-standing and emerging infectious diseases

Saskia Erttmann: Insight into inflammatory diseases – understanding the molecular mechanisms during the onset and resolution of inflammation

Åke Forsberg: Molecular mechanism of Type III secretion systems

Matthew Francis: Molecular insights into Yersinia-target cell contact: envelope stress and mechanisms of pathogenesis

Teresa Frisan: Role of bacterial genotoxins in modulation of intestinal mucosa homeostasis

Maria Fällman: Molecular mechanisms involved in bacterial persistence in host tissue

Thomas Grundström: Control of mutagenesis and class switch recombination of antibody genes

Martin Gullberg: Molecular mechanisms of mechano-transcriptional activators

Vasili Hauryliuk: Ribosome-associated factors involved in stress responses and antibiotic resistance

Dan Hultmark: Drosophila cellular innate immunity, and mechanisms of persistent viral infections

Jörgen Johansson: Stress regulatory mechanisms and RNA-mediated regulation in the bacterial pathogen Listeria monocytogen

Jan Larsson: Chromosome-wide gene regulatory mechanisms

Christer Larsson: Novel strategies to fight Tuberculosis

Peter Lind: Exploring the limits of evolutionary forecasting using bacterial populations

Debra Milton: Bacterial small-talk

Anders Nordström: Metabolomics as a tool to study drug resistance

Ulrich von Pawel-Rammingen: Streptococcal IgG degrading proteases: Important virulence factors and biotechnological tools

Jenny Persson: Models and cellular pathways in cancer metastasis and targeted therapies

Andrea Puhar: ATP as danger signal during intestinal infection and inflammation

Åsa Rasmuson-Lestander: Gene silencing and regulation in Drosophila melanogaster

Linda Sandblad: Structure, assembly and cellular organization of the cytoskeleton

Björn Ole Schröder: Gut microbiota and intestinal mucosal barrier function

Victoria Shingler: Bacterial Signal-Sensing and Integration

Barbara Sixt: Cell-autonomous immunity

Yuri Schwartz: Molecular Epigenetics

Bernt Eric Uhlin: Regulatory networks in commensal and pathogenic Escherichia coli

Sun Nyunt Wai: Exploring modulation of host cell signalling mediated by secreted bacterial factors

Katharina Wulff: Non-visual responses to natural daylight in human physiology and mental health

Retired professors:

  • Glenn Björk
  • Lena Gustafsson
  • Erik Lundgren
  • Marianne Rasmusson
  • Anssi Saura
  • Gunnar Selstam
  • Hans Wolf-Watz