Anders J. Lindstedt

UMN MSTP student Anders Lindstedt


Entering Class: 2019

University of Wisconsin, Madison
Neurobiology, Pharmacology and Toxicology majors
B.S., 2017

Thesis Advisor: Tanya Freedman, Ph.D.

Thesis Research

Function of LynA and LynB tyrosine kinases in glomerulonephritis and atherosclerosis.

Publications (pubmed)

Brian 4th BF, Sauer ML, Greene JT, Senevirathne SE, Lindstedt AJ, Funk OL, Ruis BL, Ramirez LA, Auger JL, Swanson WL, Nunez MG, Moriarity BS, Lowell CA, Binstadt BA, Freedman TS. A dominant function of LynB kinase in preventing autoimmunity. Sci Adv. 2022 Apr 22;8(16):eabj5227.

Work prior to the UMN MSTP:

Rayasam A, Kijak JA, Dallmann M, Hsu M, Zindl N, Lindstedt A, Steinmetz L, Harding JS, Harris MG, Karman J, Sandor M, Fabry Z. Regional Distribution of CNS Antigens Differentially Determines T-Cell Mediated Neuroinflammation in a CX3CR1-Dependent Manner. J Neurosci. 2018 Aug 8;38(32):7058-7071. PMCID: PMC6083460.

Rayasam A, Hsu M, Hernández G, Kijak J, Lindstedt A, Gerhart C, Sandor M, Fabry Z. Contrasting roles of immune cells in tissue injury and repair in stroke: The dark and bright side of immunity in the brain. Neurochem Int. 2017 Jul;107:104-116. Review.