Within Sanquin around 60 PhD students are working on a thesis. In most cases Sanquin Researchers that hold a professorhip at one of the Dutch universities act as supervisor/promotor.
Most PhD students follow courses at those universities, as part of their research training. Sanquin researchers also contribute to these courses. Each year, 12 to 15 PhD theses are defended.
|Daniël Lam||1 March 2013||Ready, Set? Go! Microscopy and Image Analysis of Cell Signalling in Cell Migration|
|Jo Wiersum-Osselton||19 March 2013||Hemovigilance: is it making a difference to safety in the transfusion chain?|
|Theresa Guhr||3 April 2013||Intravenous immunoglobulin G (IVIg): Properties of|
dimeric and sialylated IgG
|Lotte van de Stadt||24 April 2013||Development of Rheumatoid Arthritis. Preclinical Biomarkers and Prediction|
|Younes Zoughlami||25 April 2013||New Dimensions in CXCR4 and Rac1 regulation|
|Aleksandra Wroblewska||24 May 2013||Molecular determinants of FVIII immunogenicity in hemophilia A|
|Chantal Khodabux||28 May 2013||Anemia of prematurity: time for a change in transfusion management?|
|Esther Bloem||29 May 2013||Functional regions in coagulation factor VIII explored by mass spectrometry|
|Saurabh Zalpuri||11 June 2013||R-FACT Study: Risk Factors for Alloimmunization after red blood Cell Transfusions. Methodology, Risk Factors and Challenges in transfusion medicine research|
|Bernard Natukunda||11 June 2013||Post-transfusion and maternal red blood cell alloimmunization in Uganda|
|Mireille Baart||25 June 2013||Prediction models for hemoglobin deferral in whole blood donors|