Within Sanquin around 80 PhD students are working on a thesis. In most cases Sanquin Researchers that hold a professorhip at one of the Dutch universities act as supervisor/promotor.
Most PhD students follow courses at those universities, as part of their research training. Sanquin researchers also contribute to these courses. Each year, around 15 PhD theses are defended.
|Doothea Evers||19 December 2017
||'Clinical Determinants of red cell alloimmunization: implications for preventative antigen matching strategies'||Leiden University (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Sem van Brummelen||14 December 2017
||'Bloody fast blood collection'||Twente Unversity (Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science)|
|Eduard Ebberink||11 December 2017||'Footprinting haemostatic networks'||Utrecht University (Faculty of Science)|
|Gillian Dekkers||1 December 2017||'Influence of immunoglobulin G-glycan and subclass variation on antibody effector functions'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Camilla Caram Deelder||30 Novemver 2017||'The bright and the dark side of blood transfusion: Turning data into knowledge'||Leiden University (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Maurits Hoogerwerf||1 November 2017||'Giving blood: donor stress and hemostasis. Don't let your blood run cold'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Karin van Schie||12 October 2017||Immunogenicity of therapeutic antibodies: Immunological mechanisms & clinical consequences||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Science)|
|Myrthe Sonneveld||22 September 2017
||'IgG-Fc-glycosylation in immune-mediated cytopenias'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Charles Lelkens||30 June 2017
||'Frozen Red Cells for Military and Civil Purposes. Relevance, Experiences and Developments'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Loan van Hoeven||29 Juni 2017
||'Transfusion data: from collection to reflection'||Utrecht University (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Marein Schimmel||20 June 2017||'Sickle cell disease: pathogenesis and biomarkers'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Robin Hartholt||9 June 2017||'Determining factors of inhibitor formation in hemophilia A'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Felipe Vieira Braga||8 June 2017||'Transcriptional control of cytotoxic lymphocytes: an unexpected journey with Hobit'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Fabian Verbij||19 April 2017||‘Immune recognition of ADAMTS13 in acquired TTP’||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Sietse Nagelkerke||12 April 2017||'A field guide to human Fc-gamma receptors: genetics, cellular expression and interaction with immunoglobulins'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
|Niels Heemskerk||10 February 2017||'Leukocyte trafficking and vascular integrity'||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Science)|
|Gerben Marsman||12 January 2017
||‘Factor VII-activating protease: Unraveling the release and regulation of dead cell nuclear damps’||University of Amsterdam (Faculty of Medicine)|
Theses from non-Sanquin researchers where Sanquin researchers act as (co)promotor
Rens Braster. Manipulating macrophages: increasing the effectiveness in anti-cancer therapy.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. 2 February 2017.
Promotores: Prof M. van Egmond MD PhD, prof R.H.J. Beelen MD PhD;
copromotor: G. Vidarsson PhD
University of Groningen. 5 October 2017
Promotor: Prof HAG de Valk PhD
Copromotor: EM Merz, PhD