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Sander Canisius

Postdoctoral Fellow

Experience

I received my PhD degree from Tilburg University in 2009 for my thesis on machine learning approaches to processing and understanding of natural language. Since 2009, I have been employed by the Netherlands Cancer Institute. From 2009 to 2015,

I had a postdoc position in the Computational Cancer Biology group of Lodewyk Wessels, where I worked on a wide range of statistical analyses of cancer genomics data.

Late 2015, I joined the group of Marjanka Schmidt at the NKI. My work in this group focuses on dissecting the role of inherited genetic variation in tumour biology and patient survival.