Arian Lundberg, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Radiation Oncology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address1450 Third Street
San Francisco CA 94158
Emailarian.lundberg@ucsf.edu
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-6630-2787 Additional info
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    Lund University, SwedenMSc11/2012Bioinformatics
    Stockholm University, SwedenMSc10/2014Computational Biophysics/Biochemistry (Bioinformatics)
    Uppsala University, Sweden12/2014Pharmaceutical Bioinformatics
    Karolinska Insitutet, SwedenPhD.02/2019Medical Sciences
    Stanford University, USAPostdoc06/2020Bioinformatics

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    As a Ph.D. holder in Medical Bioinformatics with a focus on transcriptional gene expression signatures in breast cancer, I have extensive knowledge and experience in the field of cancer research. During my time at Stanford University, I worked in Dr. Li's lab to study the functions of tertiary lymphoid structures in the tumour microenvironment, with the goal of identifying cancer patients who may respond better to immune checkpoint blockades.

    Currently, I am working in Prof. Feng's lab at the Department of Radiation Oncology of UCSF, where I continue to advance my knowledge and skills in the field of cancer research. I am highly motivated and dedicated to improving our understanding of cancer, and to ultimately improving patient outcomes.

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    nvestigating the Association Between Microbiota Dysbiosis and Patient’s Survival in Advanced Prostate Cancer
    UCSF Prostate Cancer Program Jul 1, 2022 - Jun 30, 2022
    Role: Awardee

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    1. The 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine Landscape of Prostate Cancer. Cancer Res. 2022 11 02; 82(21):3888-3902. Sjöström M, Zhao SG, Levy S, Zhang M, Ning Y, Shrestha R, Lundberg A, Herberts C, Foye A, Aggarwal R, Hua JT, Li H, Bergamaschi A, Maurice-Dror C, Maheshwari A, Chen S, Ng SWS, Ye W, Petricca J, Fraser M, Chesner L, Perry MD, Moreno-Rodriguez T, Chen WS, Alumkal JJ, Chou J, Morgans AK, Beer TM, Thomas GV, Gleave M, Lloyd P, Phillips T, McCarthy E, Haffner MC, Zoubeidi A, Annala M, Reiter RE, Rettig MB, Witte ON, Fong L, Bose R, Huang FW, Luo J, Bjartell A, Lang JM, Mahajan NP, Lara PN, Evans CP, Tran PT, Posadas EM, He C, Cui XL, Huang J, Zwart W, Gilbert LA, Maher CA, Boutros PC, Chi KN, Ashworth A, Small EJ, He HH, Wyatt AW, Quigley DA, Feng FY. PMID: 36251389.
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    2. Reclassifying tumour cell cycle activity in terms of its tissue of origin. NPJ Precis Oncol. 2022 Aug 20; 6(1):59. Lundberg A, Yi JJJ, Lindström LS, Tobin NP. PMID: 35987928; PMCID: PMC9392789.
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    3. B cell-related gene signature and cancer immunotherapy response. Br J Cancer. 2022 04; 126(6):899-906. Lundberg A, Li B, Li R. PMID: 34921229; PMCID: PMC8927337.
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    4. A pan-cancer analysis of the frequency of DNA alterations across cell cycle activity levels. Oncogene. 2020 08; 39(32):5430-5440. Lundberg A, Lindström LS, Parker JS, Löverli E, Perou CM, Bergh J, Tobin NP. PMID: 32581248; PMCID: PMC8159764.
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    5. The long-term prognostic and predictive capacity of cyclin D1 gene amplification in 2305 breast tumours. Breast Cancer Res. 2019 02 28; 21(1):34. Lundberg A, Lindström LS, Li J, Harrell JC, Darai-Ramqvist E, Sifakis EG, Foukakis T, Perou CM, Czene K, Bergh J, Tobin NP. PMID: 30819233; PMCID: PMC6394106.
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    6. Gene Expression Signatures and Immunohistochemical Subtypes Add Prognostic Value to Each Other in Breast Cancer Cohorts. Clin Cancer Res. 2017 Dec 15; 23(24):7512-7520. Lundberg A, Lindström LS, Harrell JC, Falato C, Carlson JW, Wright PK, Foukakis T, Perou CM, Czene K, Bergh J, Tobin NP. PMID: 28972043; PMCID: PMC5822691.
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    7. PAM50 Provides Prognostic Information When Applied to the Lymph Node Metastases of Advanced Breast Cancer Patients. Clin Cancer Res. 2017 Dec 01; 23(23):7225-7231. Tobin NP, Lundberg A, Lindström LS, Harrell JC, Foukakis T, Carlsson L, Einbeigi Z, Linderholm BK, Loman N, Malmberg M, Fernö M, Czene K, Perou CM, Bergh J, Hatschek T, TEX Trialists Group. PMID: 28972041; PMCID: PMC5822712.
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