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Tineke Lenstra group

Tineke Lenstra

Tineke Lenstra

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Tineke Lenstra has a long-standing interest in the regulation of gene expression. As a PhD student in the laboratory of Frank Holstege at University Medical Centre Utrecht, she used genome-wide expression analysis to study transcription regulatory complexes. She was awarded a cum laude PhD in 2012. She did her postdoc in the laboratory of Daniel Larson at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, USA, where she used cutting-edge single-molecule techniques to study transcription dynamics in single cells. In 2016, Tineke established an independent group at the Netherlands Cancer Institute. Her lab focuses on the regulatory mechanisms of stochastic transcription in eukaryotic cells.

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