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Kos, Kevin

Kevin Kos

PhD student

Experience

Due to a strong interest in oncology and immunology, I started the master Oncology at the VU after completion of the bachelor Biomedical Sciences. During this master, I was trained at the NKI in the group of Emiel Voest and at the Brisbane QIMR Berghofer institute in the group of Mark Smyth, where I focused on the role of heparanase in NK cells for my thesis. After receiving the NWO Diamond grant in cooperation with the de Visser Lab, I was given the opportunity to start my PhD in October 2016 on the role of Tregs in breast cancer metastasis