The Tornblad Building
The Tornblad Building houses three research groups from the Faculty of Medicine, as well as two infrastructures (LUPOP and NBIS) at Lund University.
Tornblad was built in 1934, and was for a long time a research institute with focus on reproduction and embryology. Renovations of the house began in 2016, and in the fall of 2019, two research groups from the department of laboratory medicine and one from the department of clinical sciences moved in. To find out more about the ongoing research and the researchers residing in the house, use the links to the left.
The LUPOP/SND drop-in at Tornblad each Monday at 9-12 will be cancelled as long as the policy of Lund University is that all education should be provided online and not on campus. Instead, representative(s) of LUPOP and/or SND will be available for Zoom meetings. To set up an appointment, e-mail lupop [at] ed [dot] lu [dot] se or call Anna Axmon on 072-5596143.
National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden (NBIS) is a national distributed research infrastructure providing bioinformatics support to life science researchers in Sweden. NBIS provide consultations, bioinformatics support, training as well as computational infrastructure.