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13Dec 2019

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NKI seminar by Arnoud Sonnenberg

Arnoud Sonnenberg
Division Cell Biology, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam

What have we learned from over 30 years of integrin research?

Friday, December 13, 2019, 11.00 hrs
Piet Borst Auditorium   

Arnoud Sonnenberg was trained in several laboratories in the USA and the Netherlands before obtaining his PhD from the University of Amsterdam. In 1990, he joined the Division of Cell Biology at the Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam, where he became head of the Division in 2003. He has been an editor of the J. Cell Science since 2005. The main objective of his research is to understand the function of integrins in differentiation and migration, and how integrins and associated proteins regulate the assembly of multiprotein complexes at the cell substratum site in normal and pathological conditions.

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