Core facilities at StemTherapy


    Infrastructure Details




    StemTherapy promotes the creation of an intellectually challenging and technically advanced environment for
    top international level basic and translational/clinical research and education in the field of stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
    The mission of the StemTherapy environment is to support the translation of basic stem cell research into novel therapies and cures under the highest
    ethical, scientific and medical standards, in order to relieve human suffering from chronic disease and injury.
    StemTherapy supports a total of 28 research groups in terms of enhancing research outcomes by providing state-of-the-art technology platforms, stimulating highly interactive and creative activities and distributing a variety of grants in order to fund the career paths of our researchers.

    The StemTherapy environment also includes connections with Uppsala University (UU). The relation with four principal investigators at UU is in terms of scientific exchange, sharing the StemTherapy funding (80:20) and also several collaborations have resulted in publications.

    Equipment and resources

    StemTherapy Technology Platforms / Cores Facilities: StemTherapy has invested in several core facilities as well as their respective Research Engineers responsible for their operation including:
    Bioinformatics Core Facility
    Electrophysiology Core Facility
    ES/iPS & CRISPR Core Facility
    FACS Core Facility
    Imaging Core Facility
    Single-cell Genomics
    FacilityVector Core Facility & Genetic Screening

    Management of the infrastructure

    Bioinformatics Core Facility: Shamit Soneji
    Electrophysiology Core Facility: Zaal Kokaia
    ES/iPS & CRISPR Core Facility: Niels-Bjarne Woods & Henrik Ahlenius (ES/iPS). Johan Jakobsson (CRISPR)
    FACS Core Facility: Joan Yuan
    Imaging Core Facility: Isabella Artner
    Single-cell Genomics Facility: Göran Karlsson
    Vector Core Facility & Genetic Screening: Niels-Bjarne Woods

    UKÄ subject classification

    • Clinical Medicine
    • Neurosciences
    • Cell and Molecular Biology
    • Immunology in the medical area
    • Medical Genetics

    Type of infrastructure

    • Equipment
    • Services


    • Stem Cell Center