Mattias Sjöberg

Doctoral Student at Nano and Biophysics

I am a PhD student at the division of Biological Physics since October 2017. My research project concerns the development of surface-based bioanalytical sensing methods for highly sensitive characterization of biological nanoparticles. The long-term goal is for these methods to be used in the design of next-generation drug delivery vehicles and for increasing our understanding of particles such as exosomes, cell-derived vesicles involved in inter-cellular communication and an emerging new category of biomarkers. I have a BSc in Engineering Physics and a MSc in Nanotechnology from Chalmers University of Technology.

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Time-Resolved and Label-Free Evanescent Light-Scattering Microscopy for Mass Quantification of Protein Binding to Single Lipid Vesicles

Mattias Sjöberg, Mokhtar Mapar, Antonius Armanious et al
Nano Letters. Vol. 21 (11), p. 4622-4628
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Low-temperature fabrication and characterization of a symmetric hybrid organic–inorganic slab waveguide for evanescent light microscopy

Björn Agnarsson, Mokhtar Mapar, Mattias Sjöberg et al
Nano Futures. Vol. 2 (2)
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