Emilie de Vet
Emilie de Vet is currently completing her BSc in Nanobiology at TU Delft and Erasmus University Rotterdam by doing her internship in our laboratory. Emilie previously used a quantitative physics approach to investigate the role of mechanical forces in angiogenesis in the mechanobiology & tissue engineering research group of Hans Van Oosterwyck at KU Leuven. She later worked on the in vitro reconstitution of yeast nucleosomes on DNA to determine their interaction with the origin recognition complex in Nynke Dekker’s lab at TU Delft.
Emilie joined our laboratory for her bachelor thesis under supervision of Mathijs Verhagen, on the use of a molecular time machine to resolve the history of regenerated intestinal stem cells and elucidate which cell types contribute to this stem cell pool.