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Daniëlle Bianchi group

Bianchi, Danielle

Daniëlle Bianchi

Ph.D. student

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In 2018, I graduated from MSc. Drug Discovery and Safety at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. During this program I conducted an internship in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the Vrije Universiteit, focusing on small antibody fragments (nanobodies) binding to GPCRs aiming to improve glioblastoma treatment. Next, I was an intern in Madalena Tarsounas' group at the University of Oxford, where I focused on the identification of novel drug-targets in BRCA2-deficient tumours.

In September 2018 I started my PhD in Thijn Brummelkamp's lab, where I will use haploid genetics to discover and understand the mechanisms behind vulnerabilities in tumours.

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