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Possible clinical cooperation tempted David Bryder to SCC in Gothenburg

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Lund researcher David Bryder, who has made pioneering discoveries regarding blood stem cells, now resides at the Sahlgrenska Cancer Center at Medicinareberget. The translational environment, and the good opportunities for cooperation with clinical researchers was, first and foremost, what attracted him here.

David Bryder is primarily interested in what happens when stem cells in the blood mature into different types of blood cells and what happens when individual stem cells are maintained. 

He started his research group in Lund more than ten years ago and is now taking his research north to Sahlgrenska Cancer Center in Gothenburg, where he hopes to develop the cooperation with clinical researchers further in order to make new important discoveries.

Read more about David Bryder and his research in the research portrait at Akademiliv.