Computational and Systems Biology, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Lund University

 

 

Computational and Systems Biology group, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Lund University

 

Our lab is interested in exploring, and applying, computational methods to study human cancer, with a particular focus on malignancies of the blood.

 

Current activities range from theoretical mathematical/statistical projects to large-scale genomics projects and clinical studies.

 

Our group works in the interface between computational biology and hematology. Our activities are markedly multi-disciplinary and bring together a diverse group of individuals with different scientific backgrounds. Our group is involved in scientific collaborations at the highest international level.

 

The group is growing. We are seeking talented and highly motivated postdocs and graduate students. For more information, contact Björn Nilsson, M.D. Ph.D., (bjorn dot nilsson at med dot lu dot se).

 

 

 

 

 

News

 

SSF grant » Focus on Multiple Myeloma effort wins major long-term grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF).

 

Postdoc opportunities »

We are searching for talented and highly motivated postdocs for projects in cancer genomics and computational genomics.

 

Ph.D. opportunities »

We are searching for a talented and highly motivated Ph.D. student interested in computational genomics with a focus on hematology.