PhD student+31 20 512 1958 firstname.lastname@example.org Rene Bernards
In 2017, I obtained my master's degree in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. As a research intern, I worked in the group of Hein te Riele in 2015. After this internship, I joined the group of René Bernards for another internship project, which has become my PhD project for the coming years.
The project is focused on a new anti-cancer treatment strategy. This is based on a one-two punch approach: a new vulnerability is induced by a first drug, which sensitizes cancer cells for a second drug.