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Raaben, Matthijs

Matthijs Raaben

Postdoctoral Fellow

Experience

Born and raised in the Netherlands, I obtained my Master's degree in Biomedical Sciences from Utrecht University in 2004. I did my PhD, focused on coronavirus-host interactions, at the same University in the Virology group of Peter Rottier.

After graduating in September 2009, I started working in the lab of Sean Whelan at Harvard Medical School in Boston (USA), where I performed research on the cell entry mechanisms exploited by different negative-strand RNA viruses.

In August 2013 I joined the Brummelkamp lab where I am currently using haploid genetic screening technology to uncover new virus entry strategies.