Sebastian was selected for a KID funded PhD position to pursue doctoral studies and has been a PhD student in the Loré group since 2017.
My PhD projects are designed to increase our understanding of how multivalent nanoparticle vaccines enhance the induction of B cell responses compared to soluble protein vaccine formulations.
A better understanding of how the immune system interacts with vaccines will allow us to rationally select formulations that have the capacity to elicit stronger immunity and can be advanced into clinical testing. Our studies can ultimately provide information on vaccine antigen persistence, distribution, and the immunological steps for the onset of B cell responses to understand the generation of high-quality and durable antibodies.
Master of Science in Medical Biotechnology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden