MSc Students

Antoine Gleizes
Antoine Gleizes
After having worked in our laboratory as a MSc student in 2018, Antoine is back to the University of Montpellier, France, where he will work at his PhD project entitled "Role of the transcriptional factor RIP140 in the regulation of stemness and drug resistance of colon cancer cells" in Vincent Cavaillès’ laboratory.

https://ircm.fr/index.php?pagendx=118&project=crcm_en
Caterina Purini
Caterina Purini
Caterina Purini worked in Riccardo’s laboratory from August 2012 to September 2013 as a MSc student.

Currently, she is Head of Communications and Public Relations at the Max F. Perutz Laboratories (MFPL) in Vienna, Austria.
www.mfpl.ac.at
Danny Feijtel
Danny Feijtel
Danny Feijtel currently works at the departments of Molecular Genetics and Radiology & Nuclear Medicine of the Erasmus MC as a PhD student.

His current projects focus on the radiobiology of peptide receptor radionuclide therapy in neuroendocrine cancer.
Davide Roaschio
Davide Roaschio
Davide Roaschio joined Riccardo´s laboratory for his 6-months MSc “MolMed” internship, when he characterized and studied tumours of the gastrointestinal tract.

After completing his research MSc degree at Erasmus MC, Davide is now responsible for the R&D department of Loewe Biochemica, a leading company in the field of plant pathogen diagnostics.
Juanjiangmeng Du
Juanjiangmeng Du
Juanjiangmeng Du worked in Riccardo's lab from 2010 to 2012 as an MSc student from the Molecular Medicine program.

She carried out a MSc thesis project on the role of the transcription factor TCF7L1 in colorectal carcinogenesis and the feedback loop between TCF7L1 and the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway.

Currently, she is about to finish her PhD in genomics under the supervision of Prof. Peter Nürnberg in Cologne Center for Genomics/ CECAD in the University of Cologne.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/juanjiangmeng-du

 
Marti Borkent
Marti Borkent
Marti Borkent joined the lab in 2008 as a MSc student from the Molecular Medicine program. During her 6 months internship, she studied the role of b-catenin signaling in cancer stem cells.

After completing her MSc, Marti joined Konrad Hochedlinger’s lab in Boston, MA, to do her PhD research that she hopes to soon finalize.

Currently, she is completing her medical degree at the Erasmus MC.

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