About the Rudbeck Laboratory
The main idea for planning the Rudbeck Laboratory was to create a new type of interdisciplinary research environment within the Faculty of Medicine at Uppsala University, in order to develop new and more effective methods for molecular diagnostics and new therapies. In addition to the university's research institutions, the Academic Hospital has clinical activities with patient receptions within the premises. The Rudbeck Laboratory is also host for BioVis Platform with its advanced instruments for flow cytometry and microscopy.
Olof Rudbeck, Sr
The Rudbeck Laboratory is named after the famous scholar Olof Rudbeck, Sr, who made what has been called ‘the first scientific discovery by a Swede’, the lymphatic gland and its diffusion in the human body.
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A Short Film About Campus Rudbeck
There is a short film about the Rudbeck Laboratory. The film is both informative and made with a sense of humor. In this film you can learn more about the Rudbeck Laboratory, and how it became what it is today.