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Danique Duits

Ph.D. student

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After I obtained my Bachelor's degree in 2015, I continued with the Master Biomedical Sciences at Leiden University. During this Master, I focused on oncology by following the specialization "Cancer Pathogenesis and Therapy". My first internship took place at the LUMC in the lab of Prof. dr. Henri Versteeg, where I focused on breast cancer-associated thrombosis. I joined the lab of Karin de Visser at the NKI for my final internship studying the effect of p53 loss on systemic inflammation in breast cancer, and to write my master thesis about immature myeloid cells in inflammation and cancer. 

In October 2017, I continued working in the lab of Karin de Visser as a Ph.D. student to study the role of the genetic make-up of breast tumors in cancer-associated inflammation and metastatic disease.


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