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Almekinders, Mathilde

Mathilde Almekinders, MD, MSc

Ph.D. Student and pathologist


In 2010 I obtained my medical degree and master of Biomedical Sciences at Leiden University. I completed my training as a pathologist in 2015 at Leiden University Medical center (LUMC).

Currently I work as a PhD student in the group of Jelle Wesseling and as a pathologist at the department of Pathology. My research focuses on the immune microenvironment of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) aiming at the identification of biomarkers that can predict the biological behavior of DCIS in order to optimize individualized diagnosis and treatment.