Program Drugs (BMCDDA), head
Since November 2013
PhD Biomedical SciencesOctober 2007 --- December 2011
thesis title: Stem Cells in the pituitary gland and candidate Cancer Stem Cells in pituitary tumors. promoter: prof. dr. vankelecom Laboratory of tissue plasticity faculty of Medicine, ku leuven this thesis study essentially contributed to the final identification of stem/progenitor cells in the pituitary gland and strongly argues for the functional implication of these cells in plastic Cell (re-)modeling of the gland. moreover, we identified a sp as candidate csc in pituitary adenomas. in particular, emt - in connection with sp/csc -, may play an important role in pituitary tumor Pathogenesis and represent an interesting mechanistic and therapeutic concept to advance the field.
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Master's degree in Biology - Option Physiology and Molecular Biology of Animals from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 2007
Bachelor's degree in Biology from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 2005
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