People

 

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Dr. Jeroen Demmers

Team leader | Assistant Professor

EUR Fellow, Erasmus University Medical Center

Postdoc, The Rockefeller University, New York (Chait lab)

PhD, Utrecht University (Heck & Killian labs)

MSc (hons) Chemistry, Utrecht University


  • mass spectrometry based proteomics
  • quantitation in proteomics (SILAC, TMT, etc.)
  • targeted proteomics
  • protein complex and protein-protein interaction networks
  • characterization of posttranslational protein modifications
  • the ubiquitin-proteasome system
  • transcription and gene regulation in health and disease
  • chromatin biology

Ing. Karel Bezstarosti

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior research technician | proteomics specialist

Postgraduate internship, Heck lab Utrecht University

BSc, University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam


  • Instructor of the MolMed PhD course ‘Biomolecular Research Techniques: Proteomics’
  • Instructor of the MGC PhD course ‘Technology Facilities: Proteomics’

k.bezstarosti –at– erasmusmc.nl

+31 10 7038124

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Ing. Dick Dekkers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior research technician | proteomics specialist

BSc, University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam


  • Instructor of the MolMed PhD course ‘Biomolecular Research Techniques: Proteomics’

d.dekkers –at– erasmusmc.nl

+31 10 7043156 

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Lennart van der Wal, MSc

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graduate student

MSc Medical Biology, Utrecht University

  • Instructor MSc Nanobiology (TU Delft / Erasmus MC) – course Engineering Genetic Information – proteomics (. ECTS)

l.vanderwal –at– erasmusmc.nl

+31 10 7043156 

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Erikjan Rijkers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bioinformatician, programmer

h.rijkers –at– erasmusmc.nl

+31 10 7038347

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Prof. Dr. Peter Verrijzer

 

 

 

 

 

 

c.verrijzer –at– erasmusmc.nl

+31 10 7043461

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