Team, Funding, Patents, PhD Theses

The DNA virus Research team

  • Caroline van der Blij-Brouwer, BSc- Research Technician
  • Mariet Feltkamp, MD PhD - Associate Professor of Medical Virology (PI)
  • Alexander Gorbalenya, PhD - Professor of Viral Bioinformatics
  • Sergio Kamminga, MD - PhD student
  • Louis Kroes, MD PhD - Professor of Medical Virology
  • Aline van Rijn - MD/PhD track student
  • Anne Ruscher, MD - Resident Medical Microbiology/PhD student
  • Fleurtje Schornagel, MD - PhD student
  • Ann Vossen, MD PhD – Associate Professor of Medical Virology (PI)
  • Herman Wunderink, MD - Resident Medical Microbiology/PhD student
  • Ben van der Zeijst, PhD – Professor of Vaccinology

External Funding

  • Sanquin - Prevalence and risk of human polyomaviruses in blood donors and blood components (grant number 1504-L2068)
  • Bontius Stichting - Effectiviteit van anti-virale behandeling van congenitale Cytomegalovirus infectie op (verslechtering van) sensorineuraal gehoorverlies (CONCERT-studie)
  • RIVM-SOR - CMV infections: Disease burden and implications for primary and secondary preventive measures (project S/210146/01)

Completed

  • Nierstichting - Polyomavirus infection after kidney transplantation: Risk, Impact, Prevention (grant number 13A1D302; 2014-2017) 
  • EU FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network - VACTRAIN Training network for the next generation vaccinologists (grant number 316655)
  • Nuts-OHRA -Effectiviteit van anti-virale behandeling van congenitale Cytomegalovirus infectie op (verslechtering van) sensorineuraal gehoorverlies (project 0901-54)
  • ZonMW (project 907-00-150):  Natural history of cutaneous papillomavirus infections and squamous cell carcinoma development of the skin
  • Koningin Wilhelmina fonds (project UL 2004-2007): Functional demarcation of high- and low-risk cutaneous papillomavirus through immortalization and resistance to UV-induced apoptosis.
  • EU FP5 - EPI-HPV-UV-CA “Epidemiology of HPV infection and UV radiation in relation to non-melanoma skin cancer" (project number QLK20CT-2002-01179)

Patents

PhD theses

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