Dr. Johan Nilvebrant received his PhD in 2012 at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. He was a postdoc with Sachdev Sidhu at the University of Toronto where his research was focused on new single-domain antibody library designs. His current research interests focus on protein- and antibody engineering using combinatorial libraries displayed on phage or cells. He has contributed to the development of a new protein scaffold based on an albumin-binding domain derived from streptococcal protein G, which has been engineered to bind several target proteins and shows promise as a tumor imaging probe.
Protein- and antibody engineering using combinatorial libraries displayed on phage or cells.