Wenjing nailed her PhD thesis at SciLifeLab and MBW, Stockholm University today. She is now gearing up for the defence which is in a few weeks.
Kavan, master thesis student in our lab, is embarking on an exciting journey to do his PhD at EMBL. He is starting his PhD studies later this month in the group of Olivier Duss, EMBL.
Mika and Kavan accomplished excellent work and defended their Master projects in the frame of the SciLifeLab Master’s programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science (KI/KTH/SU). Our hearty congratulations to Mika and Kavan!
Starting in April, Laura Stanicek will join us as a postdoctoral fellow. She will be heading up the development of combined quantitative single cell proteomics and transcriptomics.
Mika and Kavan will be starting new scientific adventures in our group as they pursue the SciLifeLab Master’s programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science (KI/KTH/SU) this spring.
Wenjing presents miRTrace selected for this year’s SciLifeLab Scientific Highlights.
Today we publish a comprehensive yet brief video tutorial on installation and usage of miRTrace – our quality control and taxonomic tracing software published in Genome Biology last year.
Under the lead of Bastian Fromm from the Friedlander lab, and in collaboration with a large international consortium, a new gold-standard for microRNA annotations, nomenclature and discovery was published with Nucleic Acids Research.Read More …
Marc Friedländer has been awarded a VR research project grant for 4 years.
Cecilia Furugård, Kavan Gor and Mika Ito from the SciLifeLab master program, the Molecular Techniques in Life Science have joined the lab as project students. We are all happy to welcome Cecilia, Kavan and Mika to our group!
We are looking for two young investigators interested in joining our team as postdoctoral researcher. Our group is part of a larger vibrant international collaborative environment and seeks to address fundamental questions in RNA biology, by applying quantitative approaches such as single-cell RNA sequencing, single-cell proteomics, various high-throughput screening methods and advanced computational biology.
The postdoctoral researchers will develop beyond-state-of-the-art methods to profile the variation of microRNA expression, interactions between microRNAs and their targets, and the impact of microRNAs on the transcriptome and proteome, in single cells.
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In collaboration with Love Dalén (Swedish Museum of Natural History), Marc Friedlander received a grand to support collaborative projects on paleotranscriptomics for 2 years.