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Welcome to the Nordenfelt Lab!

The Quantitative Immunobiology Lab is part of
the Medical Faculty at Lund University

Our story

The Quantitative Immunobiology Lab was established in 2017 based on a starting grant from the Swedish Research Council and a grant from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. 

Lund University

The Nordenfelt Lab is part of Lund University
Faculty of medicine, Department of Clinical Sciences, Division of infection medicine.


  • 2024-04-27 – New article in Nature Communications
    Today Arman Izadi published his very interesting article “The hinge-engineered IgG1-IgG3 hybrid subclass IgGh47potently enhances Fc-mediated function of anti-streptococcal and SARS-CoV-2 antibodies” in Nature communications. Congratulations and a job well done Arman!
  • 2024-03-01 – Therese De Neergaard PhD!
    We are so happy and proud to tell you that our colleague Therese successfully defended her PhD thesis on 1:st of March! She now joins Sebastian Wrighton as the labs second “Doctor – Doctor”.If you are interested in reading her very excellent thesis you can find it her: Quantifying Phagocytosis – studies on the antibody response… Read More »2024-03-01 – Therese De Neergaard PhD!
  • 2023-10-13 – Sebastian Wrighton Ph.D!
    On Friday the 13th (of all days!) our colleague Sebastian successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations Sebastian – well done!
  • 2023-06-08 – Nordenfelt lab´s first Ph.D!
    Today we celebrate that Oscar André successfully defended his Ph.D thesis. After 4 long years he can now be proudly call himself Dr André when entering a new room. We are super happy and proud of his accomplishments!
  • 2023-04-04 – Article in PNAS from Izadi et al.
    Great news everyone! Arman Izadi, our most energetic PhD student, have published a fantastic article in PNAS about how switching antibody subclasses modulates the immune response.