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Dr. Riejanne Seigers group

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Dr. Riejanne Seigers

Postdoctoral fellow

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Adjuvant chemotherapy is associated with cognitive impairment in a subgroup of patients. This has been confirmed in animal studies in which a number of agents cause cognitive impairment and/or affect several neurobiological processes. Unfortunately, there is little connection and coherence between these studies because of a large diversity in experimental setup. This limitation was the basis of my project in which several chemotherapeutic agents are being analyzed for their effects on cognition and several neurobiological processes in collaboration with the department of Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology, VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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