PhD theses

Within Sanquin around 80 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, around 15 PhD theses are defended.

 
PhD student
Date
Thesis
Sem van Brummelen 14 December 2017
University of Twente



Gillian Dekkers 1 December 2017
10:00 hrs
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam 
 



Maurits Hoogerwerf 1 November 2017
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam 
 



Myrthe Sonneveld 22 September 2017
10:00University of Amsterdam



Charles Lelkens 30 June 2017
11:00 hrs
Aula, University of Amsterdam
'Frozen Red Cells for Military and Civil Purposes. Relevance, Experiences and Developments'



Loan van Hoeven

29 Juni 2017
16:15 hrs
Academy Building, Utrecht University 

'Transfusion data: from collection to reflection'



Marein Schimmel

20 June 2017
12:00 hrs Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam

'Sickle cell disease: pathogenesis and biomarkers'




Robin Hartholt 9 June 2017
13:00 hrs
Aula, University of Amsterdam

'Determining factors of inhibitor formation in hemophilia A'




Felipe Vieira Braga  8 June 2017
12:00 hrs
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam
'Transcriptional control of cytotoxic lymphocytes: an unexpected journey with Hobit'



Fabian Verbij

19 April 2017
14:00 hrs
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam

‘Immune recognition of ADAMTS13 in acquired TTP’



Sietse Nagelkerke

12 April 2017
14:00 hrs
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam

'A field guide to human Fc-gamma receptors:
genetics, cellular expression and interaction with immunoglobulins'



Niels Heemskerk  10 February 2017
14:00 hrs
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam
'Leukocyte trafficking and vascular integrity'



Gerben Marsman

12 January 2017
12:00 hrs
Agnietenkapel, University of Amsterdam

‘Factor VII-activating protease: Unraveling the release and regulation of dead cell nuclear damps’

External theses
Theses from non-Sanquin researchers where Sanquin researchers act as (co)promotor

Rens Braster. Manipulating macrophages: increasing the effectiveness in anti-cancer therapy.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. 2 February 2017.
Promotores: Prof M. van Egmond MD PhD, prof R.H.J. Beelen MD PhD; copromotor: G. Vidarsson PhD