Assoc. Prof. Daniel Aili
Head of the Laboratory of Molecular Materials
My research interests involves design and development of molecules, soft materials and hybrid nanoscale components and devices for a wide range of applications in biomedicine and molecular biology, including diagnostics, biosensors, drug delivery and regenerative medicine. I have a large interest in molecular self-assembly. In addition to study fundamental self-assembly processes, we explore self-assembly as a tool for creating bioresponsive and biointeractive materials and devices with different compositions, nanostructures, and functions.
Assoc. Prof. Karin Enander
My research is focused on design and interaction analysis of peptides and proteins, mainly for sensing and bioassay purposes but also in a more fundamental context. My experience also involves biosensor surface design and immobilization chemistry.
Dr Robert Selegård
The common denominator in my research is peptides; from peptide libraries and antimicrobial peptides to self-assembly of peptide functionalized polymers and nanoparticles.
Dr Christopher Aronsson
In my research I utilize bio-orthogonal covalent crosslinking and self-assembling peptides in conjunction with other polymers to create “smart” biomaterials for applications such as 3D cell culture, drug delivery and regenerative medicine.
In my research I study plasmonic nanoparticles for use in biosensing applications, for example in advanced wound care by ultilizing 3D substrates to increase sensor performance.
MSc Michael Jury
Currently, my research covers peptide chemistry and polymer synthesis to produce hydrogels with dynamic properties for applications in biological cell culturing. This is achieved through conjugation of peptide cell adhesion motifs to tuneable polymer biomaterials.
DDS/MSc Anna Svärd
In my research I study periodontitis (tooth-loss). I focus on improving diagnostics of this disease by measuring biomarkers with nano sensors. We are also interested in studying the effects of bacteriocins on key-pathogens such as P.gingivalis.
In my research my focus is on designing hydrogels using peptides and peptides interactions mostly coiled-coils interactions to have more control over mechanical and chemical properties of these hydrogels as biomaterials. The aim of this study is to produce tunable hydrogels with medical application as bioink or injectable hydrogel.
MSc Petter Sivlér
Industrial PhD student
MSc Mårten Skog
Industrial PhD student
|Title||First name||Surname||Now at|
|Dr||Abeni||Wickham||Scientific Freedom, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Dr||Staffan||Dånmark||Skolgårda skola, Motala, Sweden|
|Dr||Sushanth||Gudlur||CBSS, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore|
|Ing||Petra||Matousková||Brno University of Technology , Brno, Czech Republic|
|MSc||Emil||Mårtensson||LinkoCare Life Sciences, Linköping, Sweden|
|MSc||Karl||Schenström||Fitesa, Norrköping, Sweden|
|MSc||Marian||Fürsatz||Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Experimental and Clinical Traumatology, Vienna, Austria|
|MSc||Zeinab||Rouhbakhsh||Ferdowsi University Of Mashhad , Mashhad, Iran|
|MSc||Elisabeth||Westergren||Fresenius Kabi, Uppsala, Sweden|