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Tobias Sjöblom

researcher , medical educator

Tobias Sjöblom, medical educator, researcher. Achievements include research in first analysis of acquired mutations in the majority of protein-encoding genes of breast and colon cancers; research in demonstrated therapeutic efficacy of plateled-derived growth factor (PDGF) antagonists in models of human cancer with activating mutations in the PDGF system. Recipient Alfred Blalock award, Johns Hopkins School Medicine, 2007.

Background

Sjöblom, Tobias Son of Bo Sjöblom and Birgitta Berggren.

Education

Degree in Medicine, Uppsala University, Sweden, 1997. Doctor of Philosophy, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2002.

Career

Research associate Johns Hopkins School Medicine, Baltimore, 2003—2007. Associate professor Uppsala University, 2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in first analysis of acquired mutations in the majority of protein-encoding genes of breast and colon cancers. Research in demonstrated therapeutic efficacy of plateled-derived growth factor (PDGF) antagonists in models of human cancer with activating mutations in the PDGF system.

Connections

Married Sofia Spolander, June 30, 2007.

father:
Bo Sjöblom

mother:
Birgitta Berggren

spouse:
Sofia Spolander