Division of Therapeutic Immunology (TIM)

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TIM is dedicated to advance and to set new trends in biological therapy with the aim to assist the center for allogeneic stem cell transplantation (CAST).

CAST is Scandinavias premier center for allogeneic stem cell transplantation and represents the clinical core of TIM. Current clinical challenges in the context of allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (aHSCT) are

  • Insufficient reconstitution of the immune system after transplantation
  • Relapse of the underlying (malignant) disease
  • Graft versus host disease
  • Increased risk for infections

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Research groups

Olle Ringdén research group

Helen Kaipe's research group

International partnerships

Host Directed Therapies TB Clinical Trials Network

Adjunct Host Directed Therapies

Education

Of particular importance is the creation of a comprehensive clinically oriented, case report series, which will involve several medical disciplines (based on the individual case history)  associated with the discussion of diagnosis, pathology, molecular mechanisms and treatment modalities.

Clinical Meetings

Each Thursday at 13.00 CAST holds a clinical / translational meeting at F79 (library). Everybody is invited to join. 

Contact

Department administrator

Marlene Quesada-Rolander

Organizational unit: Department of Laboratory Medicine (LABMED), H5
E-mail: Marlene.Quesada-Rolander@ki.se

Find us

Address

Division of Therapeutic Immunology
F79, floor 7
Karolinska University hospital, Huddinge
141 86 Stockholm 

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Staff

Rebecca Axelsson RobertsonResearch coordinator
Lisbeth BarkholtAssociate professor
Laia Gorchs R&D trainee
Helen KaipeSenior researcher
Stephan MielkeProfessor/senior physician
Gianluca MorettiAssociated
Tumaini NaguPhD student
Richard OlssonAssociated
Thomas PoiretR&D trainee, Graduate Student
Marlene Quesada-RolanderDepartment administrator
Olle RingdenProfessor emeritus
Behnam SadeghiAssistant professor
Martin SoldersR&D trainee
Petter SvenbergGraduate Student
Gunilla TillingerAdministrator
Mehmet UzunelSenior researcher
Davide ValentiniAssociated

ImmunologyStem cellsTuberculosis