Technician/Lab manager+31 20 512 1956 firstname.lastname@example.org Titia Sixma
I started working at the NKI in the department of Cellular Biochemistry in 2002. Since then I have spent 15 years working on nuclear phosphoinositides, focusing in particular on the role of PIP4K and phosphatidylinositol 5-phosphate in transcription. Along the way I moved to the UK and experienced a different research environment in both an independent research institute and university. Nine years and many experiments later I returned to the NKI in 2016 to take up the role of lab manager at the department of Biochemistry. In the group of Titia Sixma I'm using my skills in cell biology and biochemistry to understand the role of BRCA1-A and BRISC complexes using a proteomics approach.