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Peter George Zaphiropoulos, PhD
Ninib Baryawno, PhD
Single-cell technologies, computational modeling and preclinical testing to study the role of the tumor microenvironment in cancer development, tumor cell dissemination and cancer resistance
Cecilia Dyberg, MD
Cecilia Dyberg is a post doctoral researcher at the Karolinska Institutet. She has done extensive research on tumor development and has released several prominent papers in the field including, "Inhibition of Rho-Associated Kinase Suppresses Medulloblastoma Growth"; "Molecular mechanisms and therap
Manouk Verhoeven, MSc
Studying immune cells in pediatric cancer.
John Inge Johnsen, PhD
Dr. John Inge Johnsen received his PhD diploma at University of Tromsö, Norway under the supervision of Professor Terje Traavik in 1994. His thesis focused on the characterization of regulatory genetic elements in polyomaviruses and the effects these regulatory regions have on host/virus interaction
Monica Nister, MD, PhD
The group led by Monica Nistér focuses on brain tumor research, especially the involvement of growth factor signaling in tumor development, mechanisms of tumor cell heterogeneity and the functional significance of cancer stem cells.