The Gahmberg Group

The Gahmberg Group has an extensive know-how in modern biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology and cooperates with several internationally recognized research groups. In addition, several foreign graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and senior scientists have worked in the group and are currently members in the research projects. Currently, the group focuses on: 1) the regulation of integrin activity by phosphorylation 2) the role of integrins and the intercellular adhesion molecule ICAM-5 in the central nervous system 3) Effect of hypoxia on normal and malignant leukocytes.