1527 genes are found to be associated with prognosis in pancreatic cancers and 670 of them correlate with unfavourable prognosis. As part of the Pathology Atlas, release, we present brief and informative summaries of all cancers, and highlight genes with prognostic association in the different cancer forms...Read more
Human Protein Atlas enters a new collaboration with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative aiming to promote research that will solve societal health problems. The collaborations aims to promote research on health and societal challenges related to human health...Read more
Mitochondrial pyruvate carrier and calcium binding protein S100A16 are two genes whose expression is associated with favorable and unfavorable prognosis in lung cancer, one of the deadliest cancer forms...Read more
We are proud to announce that in 2020, Stockholm will be hosting the world's largest international conference within the area of proteomics: the 19th Annual World Congress of HUPO. The Human Proteome Organization (HUPO) is an international scientific organization representing and promoting proteomics through international cooperation and collaborations by fostering the development of new technologies, techniques and training.
This is the first time the HUPO conference is held in Sweden. In addition to the very interesting science that will be presented, you will also experience one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, Stockholm...Read more
The Swedish Research Award 2017 has been awarded to Professor Mathias Uhlen by the foundation Research!Sweden. On the September 25th Mathias Uhlen will receive the award for research accomplishments regarding mapping of human proteins within the Human Protein Atlas. The mission of the Research!Sweden foundation is to raise awareness regarding the importance of medical research - for health and prosperity by honoring every year one researcher or politician with the award.
Anna Nilsson Vindefjärd general secretary of Research!Sweden motivates the nomination "Mathias Uhlén's research is extremely valuable both for today and future precision medicine...Read more
May 6, 2018 - May 11, 2018
Cell Culture Engineering conferences are held bi-annually. On May 6th Prof. Mathias Uhlen will open the conference with a keynote lecture on "The Human Protein Atlas - Implications for Human Biology, Drug Development and Precision Medicine". Preliminary programme