The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine
Part of a national effort to reposition Sweden as a world-leading life science nation.
The Wallenberg Center for Molecular and Translational Medicine conducts basic and clinical research in the fields of metabolism, neuroscience, cancer, inflammation, degenerative diseases, genomics and life science chemistry. 20 research groups are looking for answers to some of the most important questions in medicine. Each group is led by a young group leader with special interest in translational molecular medicine.
Most of the group leaders have been recruited internationally and receive a generous startup package and the possibilities to build and maintain a successful research group.
National life science initiatives related to WCMTM
WCMTM collaborates with two national initiatives, OligoNova Hub and Data-driven life science. Read more about these initiatives via the news below.
Daniel Bojar chosen for the 30 under 30 Europe list 2022 by Forbes Magazine
Each year the Forbes Magazine selects a list of 30 talents under 30 in Europe within categories such as finance, art & culture and impact. Assistant Professor Daniel Bojar, project leader within WCMTM, has been chosen as this years winner within the category of Science & Healthcare.
Read more about Daniel Bojar and the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe list here: 30 under 20 Europe 2022
Read more about the Daniel Bojar group here: Daniel Bojar Group
Health and medicineApply for our pair-linked post docpositions
EventNetworks for life science - the focus area for WCMTM yearly openevent
Health and medicineThe Swedish Research Council grants five WCMTMresearchers
Health and medicineOligoNova Network gathers research on the medicines of thefuture
Health and medicineOligoNova sets up first gathering of top Swedish oligonucleotidescientists
Health and medicineKa-Wei Tang receives SSMF’s LargeGrant
Health and medicineSimple blood test for dementia could be possible, according to newresearch
Health and medicineAnders Ståhlberg part of project to develop a chip for rapid mutation detection in cancerdiagnostics
Health and medicineGeorge Birchenough receives Junior InvestigatorAward
Health and medicineLarge collaborative project on ultra-sensitive DNA technology for cancer diagnosis and criminalinvestigations