MD, PhD

Stephanie Robertson


Medical doctor with degree from Karolinska Institutet and currently a resident in surgical pathology at Karolinska University Laboratory with a special interest in breast pathology and digital pathology. I received my PhD degree from Karolinska Institutet and my PhD thesis focused on improving biomarkers for therapy prediction and prognosis in breast cancer patients. The aim of my research projects is to improve breast cancer diagnostics using digital image analysis and genomic profiling. My research also focuses on resistance mechanisms to endocrine and HER2-targeted therapies.




MD, PhD student

Caroline Rönnlund


I am a medical doctor with a degree from Karolinska Institutet. I am currently a resident in surgical pathology at Karolinska University Laboratory with a special interest in breast pathology. I am also a PhD student at Karolinska Institutet since 2019. My PhD thesis is focused on investigating HER2 positive breast cancer, looking into resistance patterns, outcome and gene expression of HER2. The aim is to improve HER2 diagnostics and facilitate the choice of anti-HER2 therapies.




MD, PhD

Balazs Acs


Physician and postdoc researcher with experience in digital pathology and research focus on machine learning algorithms in pathological image analysis.




MD, PhD student

Caroline Schagerholm


Medical doctor with degree from Karolinska Institutet and currently a PhD student focusing on the endocrine treatment resistance mechanism study in breast cancer patients.





MSc, PhD

Ran Ma


I received my master degree on biotechnology from Uppsala University and PhD degree on medicine from Karolinska Institutet. Currently postdoc researcher with study focus on establishing various ex vivo models for breast cancer treatment study, cancer stem cells, and tumor heterogeneity.




PhD

Xinsong Chen


PhD graduate from Karolinska Institutet and currently postdoc researcher. My projects focus on establishing and utilizing cancer patient derived ex vivo models to assist precision oncology and novel drug development, as well as the role of intratumoral heterogeneity in cancer progression and treatment.



Emmanouil Sifakis

MSc, PhD, Bioinformatician

Emmanouil Sifakis


Electronic and Computer Engineer by training with experience in Bioinformatics (Next-Generation Sequencing and Microarray data analysis), Biomedical Engineering (Image and Signal Processing), and Biostatistics.




Research Coordinator

Lisa Viberg


I coordinate and assist all the research projects within the group. I also help with documentation, administration and organization of research resources.




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