Institution

Radboud University of Nijmegen

Reviewers: 46

12th in Netherlands

Reviews: 951

9th in Netherlands

Merit: 3,598

9th in Netherlands

Openness: 5.3

4th in Netherlands

Journal Editors at Radboud University of Nijmegen

Reviewers from Radboud University of Nijmegen

  • Reviewer

    Eelke Jongejans

    The main focus of my research is the impact of environmental drivers on spatial population dynamics. I want to understand how ecological and evolutionary processes at the individual level integrate and scale-up to population dynamics. I am interested in ecological frameworks and models that can augment the scientific underpinning of conservation, harvest and control management.

  • Reviewer

    Jos Hornikx

    Associate Professor of Communication and Information Studies investigating persuasive argumentation, multilingual advertising, and cultural adaptation in persuasive effects research.

  • Reviewer

    Robert J. Hartsuiker

    My lab and I study language processing, with a particular emphasis on language production, bilingualism and second language acquisition, speech errors, and self-monitoring of speech. We use behavioral measures, neurocognitive measures like ERPs, and computational modeling.

  • Reviewer

    Lionel Blanchet

    Chemometrician, Analytical chemist, Data analyst ... scientist !

    The easiest is to go there: https://sites.google.com/site/blanchetsciences/home

    or there: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=4061652&trk=tab_pro

  • Reviewer

    Luca Santini

    Post-doctoral research fellow with interests in macroecology, conservation and global change biology

  • Reviewer

    Joost Martens

    Recurring chromosomal abnormalities have been identified in a variety of cancers and are frequently associated with hematological malignancies such as acute myeloid leukemia (AML). In addition to transcriptional activation of proto-oncogenes these cytogenetic changes often cause gene fusions leading to expression of chimeric oncofusion proteins. Our main research goal is to unravel the role of these oncofusion proteins in carcinogenesis. Our aim is to identify the binding regions, the transcriptional consequences and epigenetic features associated with oncofusion protein expression. Next-generation sequencing and high-resolution transcription factor and epigenomic profiling are being used to identify oncofusion protein target sites which are subsequently characterized structurally as well as functionally in relation to the etiology of acute myeloid leukemia using both molecular as well as bioinformatic tools. These studies contribute to our understanding of both normal and aberrant hematopoietic development.