Nina Linder is a physician by training and received her MD and PhD from the University of Helsinki, Finland and is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Molecular Medicine, University of Helsinki, Finland as well as at Uppsala University, Sweden. Nina Linder’s current research involves the development of novel artificial intelligence-based solutions for cancer and infectious disease diagnostics. Linder is co-heading projects developing artificial intelligence-based tools for point-of-care diagnostics in a global setting. The overall goal of Linder’s research is to promote the implementation of innovative decision-support solutions for precision medicine to improve the translation from basic medical research to the doctor and patient at the clinic.
Updated: November 2022