Vollenhoven Ronald van

Prof. dr.Ronald F. van Vollenhoven

Chair of the Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology at the Amsterdam UMC and Director of the Amsterdam Rheumatology and immunology Center ARC in Amsterdam.

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  • Keywords

  • Rheumatoid arthritis, SLE, clinical trials

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Antoine v Kampen

Professor Medical Bionformatics at the AMC. My research focuses on bioinformatics and systems medicine.

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  • Keywords
  • Bioinformatics, OMICS, Computational modelling, Biomedical research, Systems Medicine

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Niek de Vries

Prof. Dr. Niek de Vries

Associate Professor of Clinical Immunology & Rheumatology, AMC. 

My research focuses on adaptive immune responses in immune-mediated inflammatory disease.

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  • Keywords
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis, Clinical research, Immunology, OMICS, T/B cell repertoire analysis

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Conny van der Laken

Conny van der Laken MD, PhD

  • Associate professor, is rheumatologist and principal investigator of translational and clinical advanced imaging studies in rheumatology in Amsterdam, with a particular expertise in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging.

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  • Keywords:
  • Rheumatic diseases, PET, moleculair imaging

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Jeroen den Dunnen

Jeroen den Dunnen, PhD

  • Immunologist and Assistant Professor at the AMC.

  • My group studies the induction of inflammation by Fc receptors during infection, rheumatic diseases, and inflammatory bowel disease, with the aim to identify new targets for therapy of these diseases.

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Sander Tas

Sander Tas, MD, PhD

  • Internist-Rheumatologist at the Amsterdam Rheumatology and immunology Center, AMC.

    My translational research has a strong focus on the molecular regulation of inflammation and includes basic research on signal transduction, in particular the role of NF-κB signaling and other pathways in immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, DC vaccination, studies in animal models of arthritis, DCE-MRI and PET-CT imaging, and state-of-the-art tissue analysis (human and rodents).

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  • Keywords

  • signal transduction, endothelial cells, vasculitis, animal models

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LisaVanBaarsen

Lisa van Baarsen, Associate professor, PhD

Marleen van der Sanden  Marleen van de Sande, M.D., PhD
  • Rheumatologist at the Department of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology at the Amsterdam UMC location AMC.
  • My clinical and translational research focuses on the immunopathogenesis of the earliest phases of spondyloarthritis.
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  • Keywords
  • spondyloarthritis, animal models, pre-SpA cohort

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 Sue Gibbs

Prof. Dr. Sue Gibbs

 Professor of Skin and Mucosa Regenerative Medicine, VUMC.

Focus on human skin and mucosa biology, in particular animal alternative methods to develop novel therapeutic strategies for treating and preventing human disease. Current focus is developing next generation immune competent skin and mucosa tissue engineered constructs, including organ-on-chip, to understand the (patho)physiology of immune related diseases, sensitization and tolerance with the aim of identifying novel drug targets for personalized as well as general therapeutic strategies.

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 Sergey Nejentsev

Prof. dr. Sergey Nejentsev

Department of Molecular Cell Biology and Immunology (MCBI), Amsterdam University Medical Centers , Location VUmc, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Department of Medicine,University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

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My research group studies molecular mechanisms of immune-mediated disorders. My group currently includes two labs that are based at the Amsterdam UMC and the University of Cambridge.

  • Keywords

  • immunodeficiency, autoimmunity, genetics

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