Emma Lundberg is an Associate Professor of Cell Biology Proteomics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. The Lundberg lab is located to the Science for Life Laboratory, a newly started national research center for high-throughput molecular bioscience. In the interface between bioimaging and proteomics, her research aims to define the spatiotemporal organization of the human proteome at a subcellular level, and understand how variations and deviations in localization can contribute to cellular function as well as disease. Since 2010 Dr. Lundberg is Director of the Subcellular Atlas, part of the effort of systematically mapping the human proteome using antibodies and the creation of the Human Protein Atlas database (www.proteinatlas.org). For this effort her lab has developed technology platforms for large-scale immunostaining and systematic validation of antibody specificity, as well as initiated citizen science efforts to refine the information in the Human Protein Atlas database. Dr. Lundberg is a member of the Executive Committee of the Human Proteome Organization and the international Human Proteome Project. She received her Ph. D. in Biotechnology in 2008 and holds a M. Sc. in Biotechnological Engineering, both from the Royal Institute of Technology.
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