“As a creative scientist I develop innovating projects by observing, learning and creating.” — Jessie van Buggenum
During my PhD I have set-up new technologies to study signaling proteins in human skin cells. To develop these projects, I learned about bio organic (click) chemistry, sequencing technologies, programming (in R), and computational approaches for single-cell data analysis.
In 2019 I switched to (for me new) fields of research: computational, cancer and chemical immunology. In the groups of Carl Figdor (chemical immunology) and Johannes Textor (computational immunology group) I work as a Post-doc on several exciting projects.
Some personal notes: My curiosity is sparked with a captivating ‘popular science’ book or contemporary and contemplative photography. And I like biking from time to time, with a tent and camera, in beautiful surroundings. You can watch the sporadic and heterogenous process of uploading these endeavors to the web ; or via some social media blurs on twitter or instagram.
PhD in Molecular Developmental Biology, 2019
Radboud University, Netherlands