Dr. Caroline Cheng

UMC Utrecht / Erasmus MC

Dr. Caroline Cheng. Associate prof. in the department of nephrology and vascular biology UMC Utrecht & associate prof. in the department of cardiology Erasmus MC.
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    Dr. J.W.M. Höppener

    UMC Utrecht

    The group of Dr. Höppener has been working in the field of molecular endocrinology, focussing on peptides belonging to the calcitonin/calcitonin gene–related peptide (CGRP) gene family. Read full biosketch.

      Prof. Nine V.A.M. Knoers

      UMC Utrecht

      Since 2011, Prof. Knoers is full professor at the University of Utrecht and chair of the Department of Medical Genetics at the University Medical Centre Utrecht (UMCU). Read full biosketch.

        Dr. Wioleta Marut

        UMC Utrecht

        Dr Wioleta Marut has been a postdoc in the group of Prof. Radstake since 2013, working on immune dysregulations and fibrosis in the pathogenesis of Systemic sclerosis. Read full biosketch.

          Dr. T.Q. Nguyen

          UMC Utrecht

          Dr. Nguyen MD, Ph.D. attended medical school at Utrecht University in the Netherlands where he graduated in 2002. Read full biosketch.

            Prof. Dr. Timothy R.D.J. Radstake

            UMC Utrecht

            Rheumatologist, Director Utrecht Infection and Immunity FOCIS center of excellence Department of Rheumatology & Clinical Immunology, Laboratory of Translational Immunology. Read full biosketch.

              Prof. Marianne Verhaar

              UMC Utrecht

              Position Title: Professor of Experimental Nephrology. Clinical Specialization: Internal Medicine (2000), Vascular Medicine (2003), Nephrology (2012). Read full biosketch.

                Dr. Roel de Weger

                UMC Utrecht

                His research is focused on translational pathology, by tissue analysis both in cancer and cardiovascular research. His main research subject is on heart transplantation studying initially acute rejection mechanisms, but more recently on fibrosis pathways in chronic coronary allograft vasculopathy. Read full biosketch.