25 Nov 2021
PhD Defence Interview – Martiné Wlosinska
Martiné tells us about the effect of aged garlic extract on progression of cardiovascular disease and the importance of precision medicine.
23 Nov 2021
The Swedish Cancer Foundation funds Lund SCC scientists with 23.2 million SEK
The Swedish Cancer Foundation supports cancer research with a record sum this year: 850 million SEK divided between 230 research projects.
16 Nov 2021
PhD Defence Interview - Taha Sen
Taha Sen’s PhD thesis focus on the life span of red blood cells and elucidates the important role of mitochondria. He defends on the 17th of November.
11 Nov 2021
PhD Defence Interview - Martin Stenlo
Martin Stenlo’s PhD thesis aims to improve the intensive care of lung patients as well as to increase the health status of transplantable donor lungs.
10 Nov 2021
The Swedish Society for Hematology has awarded Maria Jassinskaja with “Thesis of the year”
Maria performed her doctoral studies in the group of Jenny Hansson at the SCC and defended her thesis on June 9th, 2021.
5 Nov 2021
The Swedish Parkinson Foundation grants several SCC projects
Stem cell based-projects granted support in order to elucidate the mechanisms behind Parkinson’s disease
2 Nov 2021
Single-cell analysis enters the third dimension
The Soneji lab has developed an open-source virtual reality environment enabling scientists to analyse their single-cell sequencing data in 3D.
29 Oct 2021
SCC scientists awarded 32.6 million from the Swedish Research Council
At 2pm on the 28th of October scientists all over Sweden were scrolling though the list of awarded grants from The Swedish Research Council.
19 Oct 2021
Towards the establishment of a human tissue factory by programming cells into building units
Associate senior lecturer Paul Bourgine and his team has generated a “cell-based but cell-free” biomaterial to obtain complete bone regeneration.
8 Oct 2021
What makes the human brain different to the brain of chimpanzee?
Johan Jakobsson and his research group at Lund Stem Cell Center provides answers in their most recent study published in Cell Stem Cell.