Within Sanquin around 75 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.
|Eelke Béguin||20 May 2020|
|Dacia Henriquez||12 May 2020||Recognition and management of persistent postpartum haemorrhage; time to take timing seriously|
|Peter-Paul Unger||30 April|
|Ellie Karampini||24 April 2020|
|Joost van Sambeeck||17 April 2020||Optimal red blood cell matching|
|Maike van Hezel||28 February 2020||Effect of red cell transfusion on the host immune response in critically ill patients|
|Nigel Stapleton||21 February 2020||To bind or not to bind: A study into FcRn interactions|
|Suzanne Gunnink||31 January 2020||Not all that glitters is gold – platelet transfusions for preterm neonates|
|Yvonne Dorland||21 January 2020||Crosstalk in the bone marrow. Interactions of endothelial, hematopoietic and mesenchymal stromal cells|
|Willem Falkenburg||16 January 2020||Rheumatoid Factors|