The research of Professor Uhlen is focused on protein science, antibody engineering and precision medicine and range from basic research in human and microbial biology to more applied research, including clinical applications in cancer, infectious diseases, cardiovascular diseases, autoimmune diseases and neurobiology. The research has resulted in more than 550 publications with a current h-index of 97 (Google Scholar). His group was the first to describe a number of innovations in science including:
Since 2003, he has led an international effort to systematically map the human proteome with antibodies and to create an open source knowledge-based resource called the Human Protein Atlas7,8,9 (www.proteinatlas.org). From 2010-2015, he was the founding Director of the Science for Life Laboratory (www.scilifelab.se).
Fredrik Edfors, graduate student
Evelina Sjöstedt, graduate student
Linn Fagerberg, scientistBjörn Forsström, scientist
Tova Alm, scientist
Åsa Sievertzon, scientist
Gianluca Maddalo, scientist
Kalle von Felitzen, bioinformatics
Per Oksvold, bioinformatics
Mattias Forsberg, bioinformatics
Martin Zwahlen, bioinformatics
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