PhD student+31 20 512 9075 firstname.lastname@example.org Thijn Brummelkamp
Early 2020 I graduated from the MSc. Biomedical Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. During my master's degree, I did an internship in the Brummelkamp group at the NKI for a period of one year, where I studied proteins involved in the DNA damage response. During my second internship, I worked on the identification and characterization of novel RNA methyltransferases in the Kouzarides laboratory at the Gurdon Institute of the University of Cambridge.
After completion of my master's degree, I returned to the Brummelkamp laboratory to investigate diverse aspects of cell biology using genetics.