Research at IGP
Research at IGP is basic, translational and clinical and there is a close collaboration between pre-clinical and clinical scientists.
Our research aims to increase biological understanding of development and disease, and improve diagnostics and treatment. The overarching goal is translational medicine, i.e. to link basic research with clinical applications, in disease areas such as cancer, autoimmunity, degenerative and genetic diseases.
The Department’s research groups are divided into nine research programmes:
Clinical and Experimental Pathology
Experimental and Clinical Oncology
Human Protein Atlas
Medical Genetics and Genomics
Medical Radiation Sciences
Here you can find a list of research group leaders
Research at the Department is also described in our
New research findings
- Unexpected associations found between drug response and cell changes in brain cancer
- New method to identify genes that can drive development of brain tumors
- New effective way to inhibit lymphatic malformations
- Lymphatic vessels in mice and humans: alike yet different
- Scientists identify cause of leakiness in eye diseases
New publications from IGP
Fröss-Baron, Katarzyna; Garske, Ulrike; Welin, Staffan; Granberg, Dan; Eriksson, Barbro; Khan, Tanweera Shaheena; Sandström, Mattias; Sundin, Anders
177Lu-DOTATATE Therapy of Advanced Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors Heavily Pretreated With Chemotherapy; Analysis of Outcome, Safety and Their Determinants
Simonson, Oscar E; Ståhle, Elisabeth; Hansen, Tomas; Wedin, Johan O; Larsson, Anders; Mattsson, Mattias; Volchkov, Pavel; Le Blanc, Katarina; Rodin, Sergey; Grinnemo, Karl-Henrik
5-year Follow up After MSC-based Treatment of Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
Rust, Ruslan; Kirabali, Tunahan; Groennert, Lisa; Dogancay, Berre; Limasale, Yanuar D. P.; Meinhardt, Andrea; Werner, Carsten; Laviña, Bàrbara; Kulic, Luka; Nitsch, Roger M.; Tackenberg, Christian; Schwab, Martin E.
A Practical Guide to the Automated Analysis of Vascular Growth, Maturation and Injury in the Brain