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Marcel de Haas



I entered the NKI in 1991 for an internship at the division of Cellular Biochemistry. After graduating I applied for a job as research technician in the Multi Drug Resistance group of Piet Borst at the division of Molecular Biology. I started to learn the ways of molecular biology and I learned how to survive and love doing research at the NKI. After being lab manager for 7 years I decided after 20 years to change groups and applied for a position in the group of Bas van Steensel, where I develop a 96-well version of DamID.