Victor Greiff, PhD      foto-werk_20170830_16570_SW


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Dr. Greiff started his research group in 2018 at the University of Oslo (UiO), Department of Immunology.

The objective of his research group is to develop computational and experimental tools to decipher, read, predict and re-engineer  antibody and T-cell repertoires with the aim to develop fundamentally novel immunodiagnostics, vaccines and immunotherapeutics.

mat_photoRahmad Akbar, PhD


Mat received his PhD in Bioinformatics from the University of Saarland (Germany). He is a postdoctoral fellow studying antibody-target binding utilizing deep learning, computational immunology and high-performance computing.

Igor_SnapkovIgor Snapkov, MD, PhD


Igor received his PhD in Cancer Immunology from the University of Tromsø (Norway). He is a postdoctoral fellow studying antibody and T-cell repertoires on the single-cell level in health and disease ultilizing high-throughput sequencing, immuno-mass spectrometry and large-scale epitope arrays.


Welcome to the site of the Greiff lab at the Institute of Clinical Medicine (University of Oslo), Norway.

Our research focuses on developing novel computational and experimental strategies to designing next-generation therapeutics, diagnostics and vaccines by combining high-throughput single-cell antibody and T-cell receptor sequencing with artificial intelligence and high-dimensional statistics.