A national resource

SciLifeLab is a national research infrastructure with sites in Gothenburg, Linköping, Lund, Solna, Umeå and Uppsala, as well as research infrastructure and research community at all universities in Sweden.

Research community

There are SciLifeLab affiliated researchers at several universities across Sweden, for instance: Lund University, Linköping University, University of Gothenburg, Chalmers Institute of Technology, Umeå University and Örebro University. There are also staff scientists, other personnel and members of our Research Community Programs at a number of locations in the country.

The fact that our research community is multi-site, enables its innovative set-up – connecting researchers, technology-developing infrastructure staff, service users and Research Community Program members across the country, creating synergies and collaborations.

Infrastructure

Apart from the Stockholm-Uppsala region, there are SciLifeLab service units located at the following universities:

University of Gothenburg

  • Clinical Genomics Gothenburg
  • National Bioinformatics Infrastructure (NBIS)
  • Swedish NMR Centre

Linköping University

  • Clinical Genomics Linköping
  • Mass Cytometry
  • National Bioinformatics Infrastructure (NBIS)

Lund University

  • Clinical Genomics Lund
  • Human Antibody Therapeutics
  • National Bioinformatics Infrastructure (NBIS)

Umeå University

  • Chemical Biology Consortium Sweden
  • Cryo-EM
  • Clinical Genomics Umeå
  • National Bioinformatics Infrastructure (NBIS)
  • Swedish Metabolomics Centre
  • Swedish NMR Centre

Örebro University

  • Clinical Genomics Örebro

Interested in an infrastructure unit placed at another location than where you’re based?

No worries! As SciLifeLab is a national infrastructure, you can use all our units, no matter where you’re located. Many of the units also collaborate across nodes, i.e. your project may be serviced by one unit in Umeå and one in Gothenburg, or any other of our locations.

Last updated: 2024-02-12

Content Responsible: Hampus Persson(hampus.persson@scilifelab.uu.se)