24 Jun 2022
How our skin cells might be the key to better understanding the human brain
Researchers from Lund University interested in understanding how aging affects the brain have made a new discovery that will help make it easier to study age-related brain diseases...
21 Jun 2022
Looking at the long, magnificent road of a neuroscientist’s life - an interview with Anders Björklund
Dr. Anders Björklund reflects on his research journey and gives his predictions on where the field is heading and advice for young scientists.
13 Jun 2022
Protein oxidation: an added layer of regulation during blood stem cell development
A study conducted by researchers at Lund University has found that protein oxidation forms an additional layer of regulation during the development of fetal blood stem cells and ma...
7 Jun 2022
Miniature bones as a research model for cancer
By using cells isolated from cancer patients and mixing them with a new technology called “OssiGel”, it is possible to engineer human mini-bones. These miniaturized organs consist ...
11 May 2022
Shedding new light on intermediate cell states as stem cells decide their fate
Researchers at Lund University shed more light on how normal hematopoietic stem cells produce a vast variety of blood cells.
6 May 2022
Lund Stem Cell Center welcomes a new member, Sandeep Gopal
Dr. Sandeep Gopal a researcher within the Department of Experimental Medical Sciences at Lund University, has recently joined Lund Stem Cell Center.
4 May 2022
The new Cell and Gene Therapy Core Facility is opening its doors to scientific business
Lund Stem Cell Center, in partnership with MultiPark, has united 3 core facilities into one comprehensive Cell and Gene Therapy Core Facility.
2 May 2022
New findings may lead the way to future therapeutic approaches for Parkinson’s Disease and similar diseases
Researchers from Lund University, led by Dr. Laurent Roybon, are working to further define underlying mechanisms involved in neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson’s Disease...
27 Apr 2022
Cancerfonden awards Sowndarya Muthukumar a postdoctoral fellowship
Cancerfonden awards Sowndarya Muthukumar a postdoctoral fellowship, funding cancer research that aims to provide new insights on how cancer develops.
21 Apr 2022
New findings reveal what may be triggering disease progression in acute myeloid leukemia
Researchers at Lund University have found that a novel somatic gene mutation is involved in the formation and progression of acute myeloid leukemia.
19 Apr 2022
MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded to Camila Vazquez Echegaray
The Fellowship was awarded to Camila Vazquez Echegaray, funding top-notch research aimed at uncovering regulators of plasticity in cell fate decision.
13 Apr 2022
Lund SCC and MultiPark join forces to ensure researchers have high quality electrophysiology facilities at their fingertips
Lund Stem Cell Center and MultiPark, two strategic research areas based at Lund University, are happy to launch a new joint technical platform.
11 Apr 2022
Blood in a lab: A Ph.D. Defence interview with Svetlana Soboleva
In this interview she tells us more about her research, her love for red blood cells, and her time at the Lund Stem Cell Center.
29 Mar 2022
What makes stem cells transform into cancer? The answer may lie in our RNA.
Researchers from Lund University have been working to understand why stem cells are transforming in cancer, now uncovering a link with our RNA.
15 Mar 2022
New addition to the Lund Stem Cell Center FACS Facility
Anna Fossum, Project Manager at the StemTherapy FACS Core Facility research infrastructure, has been sorting cells with a variety of types of FACS machines for the past 23 years. B...
14 Mar 2022
New findings indicate ways to increase efficiency in reprogrammed immune cells
Researchers previously found it possible to reprogram human skin cells into dendritic cells. Now they have found ways to increase efficiency by 75%.
27 Jan 2022
Large-scale genome-wide association study reveals a new potential drug target for blood stem cell mobilization in humans
The Nilsson lab has discovered DNA sequence variants that regulate levels of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells in human blood.
20 Jan 2022
PhD Defence Interview - Ludwig Schmiderer
Ludwig Schmiderer has studied how to overcome delivery challenges in stem cell biology with nanotechnology.
13 Jan 2022
A metabolic switch during embryonic hematopoiesis is a major regulator of lineage commitment
The Woods group at SCC has made novel discoveries about the impact of metabolic changes during embryonic blood formation.
17 Dec 2021
Human midbrain organoids grown in silk recapitulate midbrain development and support functionally mature dopamine neurons
The Parmar Lab has established midbrain organoids using silk microfiber as scaffolds, offering a refined in vitro model of human midbrain development.