The activities at the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology (MTC) are focused on research and teaching in the subjects of infection biology, cell and tumor biology and immunology. The department has 30 research groups, about 60 doctoral students and in total 263 employees.
About the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology (MTC)
The activities at the department are focused on research and teaching in the subjects of infection biology, cell and tumor biology and immunology. The department has 30 research groups, about 60 doctoral students and in total 263 employees.
Researchers and research groups at MTC
All researchers and research groups at the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology, in areas such as immunology, infection biology and cell tumor biology.
MTC's external financial contributors
We would like to thank our external financial contributors for their valuable support to our research!
Georg and Eva Klein Foundation
The Foundation gathers the resources needed to support research in immunology, cell biology, infectious diseases and cancer.
Postdocs at MTC
We encourage talented Post Docs with a passion for science to join us.
For MTC staff (Staff portal)
News, calendar events and operating info for those who are employed at or affiliated with MTC.
Contact information Biomedicum
Addresses and contact information to Biomedicum, Karolinska Institutet, Campus Solna.
KI Summer School in Medical Research
The KI Summer School in Medical Research is a research-introductory school for students enrolled in First-cycle (undergraduate) programmes (beginner programmes) at Karolinska Institutet.
Amgen Scholars Program at Karolinska Institutet
The Amgen Scholars Program is a summer research programme in biomedical sciences for international and national undergraduate students, during which they will have the opportunity to conduct research at Karolinska Institutet for eight weeks.
Summer school with a biomedical focus for high school students
If you find research exciting and have just completed your second or third year in high school in a science or engineering programme in Sweden, you can apply to Karolinska Institutet's Biomedical Summer Research School and have the chance to participate in a real research project.
Summer School in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics for high school students
If you have a great interest in computer programming and biomedical science this is the summer school for you. Five students will be able to join research teams at Karolinska Institutet and learn how to apply their computer knowledge to medical research. All students enrolled in their second or third year in science or technology programmes at high school level in Sweden are eligible to apply.