Afshin Ahmadian

Afshin Ahmadian, Professor

School of Biotechnology, KTH
SciLifeLab
phone: +46 (0)8 524 81450
mobile: +46(0)73 625 1450

Postal address:
PO Box 1031
171 21 SOLNA
Sweden

Visiting address:
Tomtebodavägen 23A
171 65 Solna


Email:

afshin.ahmadian@scilifelab.se
afshin.ahmadian@biotech.kth.se

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Short Biography

Background:
Afshin Ahmadian received a professorship in Gene Technology in 2016. He is the head of the Experimental Genomics group (part of the Division of Gene Technology) at Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab), Stockholm. Afshin Ahmadian defended his PhD thesis in biotechnology at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in 2001.

Experimental Genomics group:
Erik Borgström (PhD), Sanja Vickovic (PhD student), David Redin (PhD student), Mengxiao He (project worker), Susanne Johansson (master thesis student), Homman Aghelpassand (master thesis student)

Scientific output:
A total of 56 peer-reviewed scientific publications including 5 review articles

Teaching:
Afshin Ahmadian is currently coordinator, lecturer and examiner for the master courses “Genetics and Genomics, BB2470” and “Applied Gene Technology, BB2472” which are given in the first year of the master’s program in Medical Biotechnology at KTH and the second year of the master’s program in Molecular Techniques in Life Science at SciLifeLab, respectively. Afshin Ahmadian has been lecturer and examiner for undergraduate and master courses since 2004.

Dissertations from the group:
Max Käller (2005): Arrayed identification of DNA signatures
Emilie Hultin (2007): Genetic sequence analysis by microarray technology
Erik Pettersson (2007): Interrogation of nucleic acids by parallel threading
Pawel Zajac (2009): Parallel target selection by trinucleotide threading
Mårten Neiman (2010): Tagging systems for sequencing large cohorts (Licentiat)
Mahya Dezfouli (2015): Barcoded DNA sequencing for parallel protein detection
Erik Borgström (2016): Technologies for single cell genome analysis

Research

Experimental Genomics

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