Systems and Synthetic Biology is headed by Professor Ivan Mijakovic and is composed of several labs directed by faculty members at the department. The lab and computational facilities are shared among all members of Systems and Synthetic Biology. The division is very international with researchers from more than 30 countries and we have as a key objective to support young researchers in their careers. We are participants in several large research centers and in many international projects funded by the EU and other funding agencies.
The division of Systems and Synthetic Biology is part of the Department of Biology and Biological Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology.

Systems and Synthetic Biology - SYSBIO

Labs

Organization

Systems and Synthetic Biology - SYSBIO

International projects

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New Adjunct Professor at SysBio

By Martina on November 16, 2022

We are happy to welcome Dr. Martin Lovmar from Wellspect, who will reinforce SysBio with his extensive experience with innovation in the private sector. Don’t hesitate to reach out to him for collaboration or advice!

NEW RESEARCH GROUP AT SYSBIO

By Martina on November 2, 2022

Our new Assistant Professor Annikka Polster has joined SysBio! Her research focus is on computational medicine: check out her lab webpage to find out more.

New major grant for Johan

By Martina on June 23, 2022

Our new Assistant Professor Johan Bengtsson-Palme received a 15 MSEK grant from the SSF. The title of the project is “Predicting future pathogenicity and antibiotic resistance” (Swedish: Framtidens patogener och resistensgener).

SysBio is growing

By Martina on June 20, 2022

Two new groups have recently joined SysBio: Professor Maria Faresjö and Assistant Professor Johan Bengtsson-Palme. Check out their lab webpages to find out more about their exciting research.

Centers of Excellence

Systems and Synthetic Biology is part of four large center structures that operate with satellite facilities at Chalmers.