I received my Master’s degree in Molecular Biology from Lund University in 2011. Shortly thereafter I joined Molecular Neuromodulation (MNM) to start a PhD under the supervision of Tomas Björklund. During my PhD I worked on developing novel methods for DNA barcoding, and how to apply this technique to study biological functions in the brain.
My main research interests focus on developing novel AAV capsids using DNA barcoding and how to utilize these vectors in clinical as well as preclinical applications.
Research Experience and Education
2019 – Present Postdoctoral fellow, Barrow Neurological Institute/Lund University
2018 – 2019 Postdoctoral fellow, Michigan State University/Lund University
2018 - 2018 Postdoctoral employee Molecular Neuromodulation, Lund University
2012 – 2018 PhD in Neuroscience, Molecular Neuromodulation Lund University
Thesis defended: 23rd of March 2018
Thesis title: Viral vector barcoding - a BRAVE tool for next generation gene therapy
2009 – 2011 M.Sc. in Molecular Biology at Lund University
Honors and Awards
2019 Swedish Society for Medical Research (2 years Postdoc stipend)
2018 Birgit och Hellmuth Hertz Foundation (3 years International Postdoc grant)
2018 Anna Greta Crafoord Prize awarded for the best thesis work at Faculty of Medicine, Lund University
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