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van Schaik, Tom

Tom van Schaik

PhD student

Experience

During my studies at Radboud University Nijmegen, I became very intrigued by the (epi)genome and the regulatory mechanisms involved to establish and maintain cell identity. Consequently, I shifted my focus to bioinformatics to be able to grasp these complex networks, including an 8-month internship in the bioinformatics group of Erik Bongcam at the SLU, Sweden. In December 2015, I joined the van Steensel group at the NKI to continue on this path. Here, I will combine experimental and computational work to create genome-wide maps of genome compartmentalization.