The group is led by Dr. Madeleine Rådinger. Rådinger graduated from the University of Gothenburg with an MSc degree in Molecular biology, and in 2006 she received a PhD in Respiratory Medicine and Allergology at the University of Gothenburg. After her PhD, she took on a postdoctoral position at the Laboratory of Allergic Diseases, National Institute of Allergic and Infection Diseases, the National Institute of Health (NIH), in Bethesda, USA.
Research in the Rådinger group focus on increasing the understanding of the immune system in subgroups of asthma, including the contribution of regulatory microRNAs. The ultimate goal is to identify molecular drivers linked to clinical features in asthma subgroups that can be used for stratification for targeted therapy, diagnosis and identification of new therapeutic targets.