Current group members
Elin Larsson, PhD, Labmanager
Elin is a biochemist and cell biologist working on protein complexes that stabilise caveolae to the cell surface
Kang Liu, PhD, post doc
Kang is a protein biochemist and structural biologist working on the structure of the caveolae coat.
Hudson Pace, PhD, post doc
Hudson is a lipid biochemist and biophysisist working on characterisation of the components of the caveolae coat.
Agnieszka Pastula, PhD, post doc
Agnieszka is a cell biologist working on the role of endocytosis in preventing epithelial to mesencymal transition and metastasis.
Albin Jakobsson, Medical student appointed to the research aspirant program
Albin is a medical student working on the mechanisms of fatty acid internalisaition.
Medical student and forskaraspirant
Björn was the first PhD student in the lab and he defended his thesis in 2014.
"Caveolae associated proteins and how they effect caveolae dynamics”
Jagan was a PhD student in the lab and he defended his thesis in 2016.
“Regulation of assembly and cell surface dynamics of caveolae”
Monica was a PhD student in the lab and she defended her thesis in 2015.
“Regulation of GRAF1 membrane sculpting function during cell movement”
Lars was a PhD student in the lab and she defended her thesis in 2017.
“Pathogen entry mechanisms and endocytic responses to plasma membrane damage”
Madlen was a post doc in the lab working on the role of lipids in regulating biogenesis and surface stability of caveolae.
Mikkel was a post doc in the lab working on the protein GRAF1 and its role in generating an endocytic membrane reservoir in response to altered membrane tension.
Ken was a post doc in the lab working on the biogenesis of TBEV replication compartments
Lok was a post doc in the lab working on TBEV replication compartments
Maite was a post doc in the lab working on the coupling between endo- and exocytosis and its impact on cell polarity
Sara was a post doc in the lab working on correlative imaging techniques