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David Vredevoogd

PhD student


Having obtained my bachelor's degree in Psychobiology, I started a master in Biomedical Sciences with a specific focus on immunology at the University of Amsterdam in 2013.  During my studies I enrolled in two internships, one in the lab of prof. Marieke van Ham regarding regulatory B cells and another, in the lab of prof. Ton Schumacher, on the mechanisms by which a resident memory T cell population is established. After graduating with honors (cum laude) in 2015, I started my PhD in the lab Daniel Peeper. In his lab, I now focus on identifying new targets for immunotherapy in melanoma by using functional genetic screens.