Jens Lagergren
Jens Lagergren

Professor in computer science and computational biology.

CONTRA
CONTRA

CONTRA (Computational ONcology TRaining Alliance). Here showing a workshop in Warsaw, 2018.

SciLifeLab
SciLifeLab

The Lagergren group is located at SciLifeLab in Stockholm, Sweden.

Affiliation

I am a professor in computer science and computational biology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. My group is located at SciLifeLab Stockholm, a joint venture also including Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm University and Uppsala University.

Current Projects

CIIR – Tumour-immune interactions and clinical applications, funded by the Swedish Research Council.

CONTRA, funded by the European Union.

Mechanisms for acquisition and transmission of successful antibiotic resistant pneumococcal clones pre- and post-vaccination, funded by the Swedish Research Council.

Models and effective inference: tumour trees and beyond, funded by Swedish Research Council.

Single Cell Machine Learning, funded by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research.

For more information, see Research.

Bertinoro Computational Biology (BCB) meeting in September 2019

When: September 14-19, 2019
Where: Bertinoro (Forlì-Cesena), Italy
Scope: The Bertinoro Computational Biology (BCB) meeting will focus on the topic of Cancer Heterogeneity and Immune Interactions and will be held in the small medieval hilltop town of Bertinoro. It is a small workshop with around 30 participants and it can be viewed as a continuation of earlier successful BCB meetings on Computational Cancer Research.

Read more: Cancer Heterogeneity and Immune Interactions 2019