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Dr Johan Henriksson. Image: MIMS

2019.06.25 | People

Introducing MIMS-EMBL Group Leaders: Johan Henriksson - T cell Systems Biology

Dr Johan Henriksson, who is originally from Sweden, joined MIMS in April 2019. His group mainly focuses on the quantitative analysis of gene regulatory networks. He works with advanced computer modelling to try and build an overall understanding into how genes are interconnected

Dr Jonas Barandun

2019.06.13 | People

Introducing MIMS-EMBL Group Leaders: Jonas Barandun - Structural Biology in infection medicine

Prior to joining MIMS as a group leader in spring 2019, Dr. Jonas Barandun was a postdoc in the group of Sebastian Klinge at the Rockefeller University, New York, USA. Dr. Barandun completed his PhD at the ETH Zurich in Switzerland, where he is also originally from

Barbara Sixt (second from left) with her research group at MIMS. Photo: MIMS

2019.05.29 | People

Introducing MIMS-EMBL group leaders: Barbara Sixt, Cell-autonomous immunity

Over the past 12 months, MIMS has recruited five new group leaders. Here, we meet Barbara Sixt, who joined MIMS as a Group Leader in May 2018. Dr. Sixt has already started to build up her group, with plans to further expand her team. The next year will see her focus on getting her research programme going.

Dr Björn Schröder. Photo: Christopher Coe
Fig 1. From: Schroeder BO, Gastroenterology Report 7(1), 2019, 3–12

2019.05.21 | Research news

Introducing MIMS-EMBL group leaders: Björn Ole Schröder - Gut microbiota and intestinal mucosal barrier function

Over the past 12 months, MIMS has recruited five new group leaders. In this interview series, we profile each new group leader and detail their research interests and hopes for their time at MIMS. Here, we introduce Björn O Schröder, who joined MIMS in April 2019.

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