Jan Palmblad group
This research group started in 1975, moved to Huddinge in 1998, and still conducts translational research on the function of, and interactions between, neutrophils and endothelial cells, cells constituting an important part of the acute inflammatory response.
In addition, the group pursues research on effect of omega-3 fatty acids on inflammation in Alzheimer´s disease, on mechanisms for acute drug-induced and chronic neutropenias, on angiogenesis in hematological and gynecological disorders and on Gaucher´s disease.
Studies of effects of leukotrienes have been a red line since the start of the research group.
The research is translational, involving expertise in hematology, rheumatology, basic chemistry, nutrition etc.
|Jan Palmblad, Group Leader|
|Inger Vedin, Leg. BMA, PhD|
|Daniel Tesfa, MD, PhD|
|Miriam Mints, MD, PhD, Associate member|
|Eva Zetterberg, MD, PhD, Associate member|
Maria Åström, MD, PhD, Associate member
|Maciej Machaczka, MD, PhD, Associate member|
|Tommy Cederholm, Professor, Associate member|
Among alumni (and present) members are Ingiäld Hafström, Katarina Le Blanc, Ann-Mari Udén-Blohmé, Bo Ringertz, Hans Gyllenhammar, Richard Lerner, Johan Bratt, Jan Samuelsson, Eva Ottosson, Marianne Keisu, Gerd Lärfars, Lars Kanerud, Anders Åhlin, Mikael Heimburger, Anders Sondén, Karl-Gustav Kölbeck, Göran Carlsson, Gerd Lärfars, Anne-Sofie Johansson, Eva Zetterberg and Inger Vedin. More than 20 PhD dissertations originate from this research group.