Our team

EWA SELG (MD, PHD)

EX VIVO AND IN VIVO STUDIES

A medical doctor and senior in vivo and ex vivo research scientist, Ewa generates highly detailed lung-specific data with ISAB’s IPL (Isolated Perfused Lung.) She has co-written influential papers on ex vivo research and helped develop the module into the highly tailored, sophisticated ex vivo technology it is today.

MIKAEL MIKKO (PHD)

PRODUCT AND SALES MANAGER

Mikael Mikko plays a key role in Sales & Marketing, driving the ongoing design and development of all ISAB products and features, including accessories and disposables. He leads technology transfers and is ISAB Training Coordinator. His doctorate at Karolinska Institute (T-cells in COPD) was followed by four years as Technical Science Support for Beckton Dickinson.

MATTIAS NOWENWIK (ANALYTICAL CHEMIST)

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, FORMULATION

Mattias’ skillset combines chemistry, biopharmaceutical R&D and software programming and development. With ten years with Pharmacia/Pfizer and three in the IT industry, Mattias works on characterizing our customers’ APIs, and formulation using LaminarPace, ISAB’s spray drying micronization system.

CARL-OLOF SJÖBERG (MSC)

SYSTEMS DEVELOPER

With an MSc in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Carl-Olof has worked in medtech for 35 years in Software and Product Development. He’s worked side-by-side with ISAB’s Founder Per Gerde for 17 years, and continues to develop ISAB’s advanced software and sensor technology.

Maria Malmlöf

Director of Projects

With a M.Sc. in Biotechnology from Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology and PhD research ongoing, Maria Malmlöf has co-authored a list of publications in inhalation R&D, specializing in in vitro dissolution. Maria has played a key role in the evolution of ISAB’s in vitro dissolution system DissolvIt ® and its 3D cell culturing technology XposeALI ®. As ISAB’s Director of Projects her expertise and experience guides all ongoing customer and contract research and development projects.