The management team of Vironova includes members with many years of experience in the areas of research and development, sales and business development. Between them they have extensive experience in supporting the biopharma industry with technologies for product development, with strong technical background in electron microscopy based image processing and in addition with over 20 years of experience of strategic sales and marketing to this segment.
Josefina holds a Ph.D. in biophysics and structural biology from the Karolinska Institute and an M.Sc. in chemistry from Uppsala University. Josefina has unique expertise in structural analysis of viruses and nanoparticles, electron microscopy and its industrial applications, gained from the PhD program “Biotechnology with an industrial focus” and from her work at Vironova. Josefina has worked at Vironova since 2007.
Ida-Maria is a Professor in computerized image processing at the Department of Information Technology at Uppsala University. She holds a Ph.D. in image analysis from Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences as well as an M.Sc. in molecular biotechnology engineering from Uppsala University. Ida-Maria has a solid background in theoretical and applied image analysis, machine learning, AI and automated microscopy. Ida-Maria has worked at Vironova since 2007.
Mats Henriksson is the Chief of Communication at Vironova in Stockholm, Sweden. He has been in management roles and worked as a management consultant providing consultative advice and services in strategy development with focus towards digital strategy and transformation framework, demand and lead generation management, sales and marketing strategy. Working with C-level and middle management with change initiatives to bridge the gap between strategy and execution. Mats holds a M.Sc. in Financial Economics from Gothenburg University. Previously CMO and Management Consultant at ProSales Institute and ProSales Consulting.
Gustaf Kylberg is the head of R&I unit at Vironova. Gustaf and his team do research and method development within automation of electron microscopy and analysis of various biological including vaccines, gene therapy vectors and drug delivery particles. At the heart of his methodology are image processing, pattern recognition and machine learning. Gustaf together with the excellent R&I team advances Vironova's technology platform to make sure that the company is prepared to help its customers in the future. He has been heavily involved in the development of the MiniTEM system; an easy to use table-top transmission electron microscope that provides a high degree of automation.