Developing Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) is a growing field. Karolinska Institute and Karolinska University Hospital have unique facilities and expertise in this field.
The pre-GMP laboratory at Karolinska Institutet gives companies the opportunity to develop products, drugs and treatments. It is hoped for an increased interest from the industry to cooperate. Professor Matti Sällberg, head of the pre GMP unit, talks more about how this can be helpful early in the development.
Flemingsberg Science is an active part of Stockholm Life Tech. It develops new opportunities for collaboration and co-operation related to Flemingsberg’s research and innovation infrastructure.
A Working Lab (AWL) Innomedicum on Solna Campus is home to start-ups in life science, offering office space and lab facilities to new companies. We had the chance to speak to Åsa Johansson, newly appointed head of A Working Lab, Akademiska Hus, to find out more.
Karolinska Cell Therapy Center supports clinics and researchers in academia, healthcare and industry
Karolinska Cell Therapy Center (KCC) is a core facility whose function is to facilitate the development of new treatments with advanced therapy drugs (ATMP) and cells for transplant. Pontus Blomberg, operations manager at KCC, tells us more!
Planning and preparation for the Stockholm Life Tech project is well underway. Heading the initiative is Nina Lahti, the respected project manager, who believes that the development of the innovation ecosystem is vital for the future of the region.
Work on a Swedish vaccine for the coronavirus is in full swing at Campus Flemingsberg, although it differs from other vaccines being developed around the world. If successful, the Swedish vaccine could also help combat future pandemics.
Pontus Blomberg has guided the development of Vecura in Flemingsberg for more than 20 years. Here, together with his colleagues, he has built up Sweden’s leading gene and cell therapy lab. An area that is set to lead to remedial treatments for everything from certain cancers to Alzheimer’s.