Biological and clinical aspects of the myelodysplastic syndrome – Magnus Tobiasson group

The Magnus Tobiasson research group is studying biological and clinical aspects of the myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).

About our research

The main focus of the group is to implement new genetic tools in the management of patients with MDS during the transplantation process. Magnus Tobiasson is coordinating the Nordic MDS group study NMDSG14B. The research is aimed at developing and evaluating individual minimal residual disease (MRD) markers for early detection of relapse after allogeneic stem cell transplantation. The study has generated several spin-off projects such as evaluation of MRD on sorted stem and progenitor cells, and evaluation of the importance of achieving clonal reduction prior to transplantation. 

Publications

Selected publications

Funding

  • Tobias Stiftelsen
  • Strategic research area (SRA) in stem cells and regenerative medicine
  • Region Stockholm (SLL)
  • Centrum för innovativ medicin (CIMED)