Rickard Sandberg, Professor of Molecular Genetics at the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology.
Rickard Sandberg has developed a method of single-cell analysis that provides groundbreaking molecular insight into the properties and function of cells. The method is used around the world to examine normal and morbid tissue. He himself uses it to find out how DNA and cell identities are regulated.
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