Research Technician Group Sixt I joined the lab, and moved to Austria, when Michl started at ISTA. I am doing research, organize the lab. And I try to support my colleagues on all levels. I specially like the creative braining storming, for the best approach of a new experiments/improve existing experiments.
I am the lucky one, who can do all the ‘crazy’ projects. At the moment I am study the migration of DC cytoplast cells. Those are dendritic cells without a nucleus. And when it is necessary, I help out with revisions. Beside the lab work, I am also active as technician spokesperson, involved with the green labs and organizing lab tours for ISTA colleagues working in the administrative branch.
The country of bikes, ‘Gouda’ cheese and fried snacks. I am from the Netherlands.
Max Planck Institute of molecular cell biology and Genetics, Dresden, German - group Frank Buchholz Project: Mitocheck (stem cells) and establishing cell culture robot together with frauenhofen institutes Josephine Nefkens Institute, department of pathology, Rotterdam - group Fodde Research: The involvement of the Wnt signalling in colorectal cancer, breast cancer and stem cells. Josephine Nefkens Institute, department of pathology, Rotterdam - group Dorssers Research: Anti-estrogen Resistance in breast cancer.
Biochemistry/Microbiology Interships: Department of Botany, University of British Colombia, Vancouver, Canada – group Tony Griffith -Environmental effect on hyphe branching of the fungi Neurospora crassa Numico Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands - Toll group – R&D Developing an oral therapy for Crohn’s disease Department of Genetics, Agriculture University of Wageningen, The Netherlands - group Klaas Swart - Characterization and isolation of Meiosis-mutants of the fungi Aspergillus nidulans