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Anders Ståhlberg and Ka-Wei Tang receive funding to develop methods for safer monitoring of transplanted patients [swedish only]

Welcome to our newest recruitments; Anetta Svitorka Härtlova, Alesia Tietze, Volkan Sayin, Martin Dalin and Roger Olofsson-Bagge.

Christina Jern appointed as new director [Swedish article only] for Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine

Portrait on Bright Nwaru: "Population studies leading to new treatments for asthma and allergies"

Wallenberg Centre researcher Emma Börgeson receives prestigious ERC Starting Grant

The Translational Genomics Platform recieves 28 mSEK from VINNOVA

Portrait on Ka-Wei Tang "Seeks answers about a cancer virus almost everyone has"

Michael Schöll receives prestigious prize as young Alzheimer researcher

Portrait on Fredrik Sterky: "Synapses on his mind"

Portrait on Cristina Maglio: "A dream combination for Cristina Maglio"

Portrait on Björn Burmann: "Successful, but humble"



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The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine is part of a national effort to reposition Sweden as a world-leading life science nation.

Through repeated calls in the upcoming years with tenure track research positions we will recruit up to ten new research groups, centered around internationally recruited young scientists of outstanding potential.

The recruited researchers will be funded at a globally competitive level through very generous four-year starting packages, including funding for two postdoctoral researchers, two PhD students and operating costs.

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