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Ewald van Dyk

Postdoctoral Fellow

Experience

I obtained a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and a master's in computer engineering, focusing on theoretical pattern recognition. I did my PhD in computational biology at the Delft University of Technology specializing in DNA copy number analysis in diverse cancer types with Lodewyk Wessels as my main promotor. Afterwards, I did a postdoc in adaptive immunity (computational prediction of T-cell receptor ligands) at the University of Utrecht under Can Kesmir.

In October 2018 I joined the group of Karin de Visser, where we seek to gain a mechanistic understanding on how breast cancer effects the systemic immune milieu.