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Femke Feringa

Ph.D. student


In 2011 I started my PhD in the lab of Rene Medema, where I work on cell fate decisions after DNA damage. Using ionizing irradiation I study the interplay between DNA damage repair, checkpoint activity and cell cycle progression in untransformed human cells.

Before my start at the NKI I finished a master in Medical & Pharmaceutical Drug Innovation at the University of Groningen. This program included two internships on cell biology research, which I performed in the lab of Gerald de Haan at the University Medical Center, Groningen and in the lab of Richard Gregory at Children's Hospital, Boston.