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Mia Phillipson

Immunophysiology: The involvement of the immune system in angiogenesis, inflammation and homeostasis

My laboratory delineates different functions of various and discrete subsets of immune cells during inflammation and tissue restitution following injury as well as during homeostasis and development. Our current research focuses at delineating how immune cells in the circulation are recruited to the site of inflammation, as well as elucidating the role of macrophages and neutrophils in the formation of new and functional blood vessels in hypoxic tissues. We also investigate the gut-bacterial crosstalk, as well as try to find means to steer immune cell functions to accelerate healing of wounds in the skin or in the gastrointestinal mucosa.

Ongoing Projects...


For further information about this research group please contact Professor Mia Phillipson

Interviews with Mia Phillipson:

Secret lives of cells


Cellernas hemliga liv


 


PHOTO: Michael Wallerstedt

‘SWEDISH RESEARCH NEEDS SELF-CONFIDENCE’
 

Superplåstret som ska läka såret snabbare

 

Ragnar Söderbergforskare i medicin 2012

Financial support


Swedish Research Council

Knut and Alice Wallenberg
fellow 2012

Ragnar Söderberg fellow in medicine 2012


Stiftelsen för strategisk forskning

The Ernfors Family Foundation


Collaborators

within the Department of Medical Cell Biology:

  • Professor Per-Ola Carlsson
  • Professor Lena Holm
  • Professor Leif Jansson
  • Professor Erik Persson
  • Professor Michael Welsh

outside the Department of Medical Cell Biology:

  • Lena Claesson-Welsh (Uppsala University)
  • Anna Dimberg (Uppsala University)
  • Stefan Engblom (Uppsala University)
  • Ulf Eriksson (Karolinska Institute)
  • Magnus Essand (Uppsala University)
  • Christian Göritz (Karolinska Institute)
  • Fredrik Huss (Akademiska Hospital)
  • Randall S Johnson (Karolinska Institute)
  • Olle Korsgren (Uppsala University)
  • Paul Kubes (University of Calgary, Canada)
  • Ghislain Opdenakker (Rega Institute, Leuven, Belgium)
  • Paul Proost (Rega Institute, Leuven, Belgium)
  • Agneta Richter-Dahlfors (Karolinska Institute)
  • Charlotte Rolny (Karolinska Institute)
  • Stefan Roos (SLU)
  • Charlotte Tålin (Danderyd Hospital)
  • Bryan Yipp (University of Calgary, Canada)
  • Håkan Wallen (Danderyd Hospital)