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Astrid (AJF) Thielen

Department
Immunopathology
E-mail
a.thielen@sanquin.nl
Training

Medical Biology, Radboud University Nijmegen

Research interests
Investigate the mechanisms by which complement gets activated upon RBC storage and to correlate this with in vivo RBC survival. And study whether C3 deposition on RBC can be avoided or inhibited to increase RBC survival after transfusion.
Technology
  • Flow cytometry
  • ELISA
  • Cell culture
Resume
2013-present PhD student at the Dept of Immunophatology, Sanquin Research, Amsterdam
2012 2nd master internship at the Dept of Nephrology, UMC. St. Radboud, Nijmegen
2011 1st master internship at the Dept of Hematology, UMC. St. Radboud, Nijmegen
2011 Article 9 of experiment on animals acts and the FELASA category C demands
2011 Working with radionuclides level 5B
2010 Bachelor internship at Dept of Urology, NCMLS, Nijmegen
2010-2012 Master of Science (MSc), Medical Biology, Radboud University Nijmegen
2007-2010 2007-2010

 

Publications
Sanquin publications
Last edited on: 21 April 2016
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