I obtained my PhD from Wageningen University in genomics and transcriptomics of White Spot Syndrome Virus. After a Postdoc at UBC (Vancouver, Canada), I joined the department of Molecular Biology at Radboud University Nijmegen in 2006 to initiate epigenetic profiling of mouse embryonic stem cells. In 2013, I obtained the prestigious NWO VIDI grant to establish my own research team focussing on two topics: pluripotency and X inactivation.
Bioinformatics ChIP-seq chromatin Computational Biology embryonic development embryonic stem cells Epigenetics gene function genetics and genomics genomic imprinting histone modification mass spectrometry miniaturisation Next generation sequencing pluripotency RNA-Seq single cell profiling Stem cells Transcription regulation Transcriptomics X chromosome inactivation
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