A multi-disciplinary approach
Our team is made up of around 40 doctors, bio-medical specialists, post-docs, PhD students, research nurses, lab technicians and other support staff.
Alex de Vos
Alex is a principal investigator. He looks into the innate immune response against bacteria.
Tom van der Poll
Tom van der Poll is a principal investigator. His research focusses on the innate immune response in sepsis, specifically in … Continued
Joost is principle investigator and head of the infectious diseases department. His research focuses on the innate immune response in … Continued
Cees van ‘t Veer
Cees is a principal investigator. He focuses on coagulation during bacterial infections.
Brendon’s work focuses on characterising the genomic landscape in specific immune cells during sepsis.
Prabath is an acute internal medicine specialist and principal investigator. He works on sepsis and efficiency in the acute care … Continued
Frits is an acute internal medicine specialist. He does research on diabetes and sepsis.
Research nurses, technicians and secretaries
Jacky de Leeuw
Jacky is a research technician at the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Monique van den Brink
Monique works as a secretary for the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine.
Danielle is a research technician at the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Regina de Beer
Regina is a research technician at the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Fayola de Lange
Fayola is a research technician at the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Stijn is a research technician at the Center for Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Jorn is a research technician with the Microbiota Center Amsterdam (MICA).
Richarda is a research nurse and works on the sepsis team project.
Joe uses genomic data to gain insights into sepsis pathophysiology.
Fabrice studies immune system dysregulation in sepsis, specifically in ICU patients.
Hessel researches kidney failure caused by infectious diseases.
Floor researches the changes in the microbiome during infections.
Lonneke van Vught
Lonneke studies the characteristics of sepsis patients which are associated with poor outcomes.
Marleen’s research focuses on immunotherapies for sepsis.
Erik works on the discovering patterns of the host response during pneumonia.
Wanhai works on airway epithelial cells specific DNA methylation in respiratory infections and inflammatory lung diseases.
Liza researches immunological changes in pneumococcal pneumonia.
Christine van Linge
Christine works on changing the innate immune response during pneumonia.
Justin de Brabander
Justin focuses on big data analysis and prediction models in critically ill patients with an infection.
Bob works on changes in the viral microbiome during infections and other lung diseases.
Alex researches immunological changes during pneumonia.
Harjeet works on the MARS India project to understand sepsis pathophysiology.
Max studies the role of gut microbiota in the host defense against infections.
Tjitske van Engelen
Tjitske researches biomarkers in pneumonia: from patients presenting at the ED to critically ill patients in the ICU.
Michiel works on the sepsis team project, with the aim to optimize clinical care for sepsis patients.
Mariska aims to uncover the role of several genes and proteins on during sepsis.
Berke’s research focuses on the role of IRAK-M in sepsis induced immunosuppression.
Zhe focuses on signal transduction and inhibition during pneumonia.
Ivan Ramirez Moral
Ivan aims to enhance the therapeutic arsenal against respiratory infections combining antibiotics with immunomodulators.
Valentine researches platelet metabolism during sepsis.
Osoul researches the influence of platelet metabolism on infections.
Tom combines methods from immunology, clinical epidemiology and bioinformatics to investigate the impact of a dysregulated host response to severe … Continued
Jelmer works on melioidosis, a bacterial infection that causes sepsis in the tropics.
Nora studies the role of gut microbiota in sepsis.
Roos researches how we can optimize the use of diagnostics, specifically with the use of Machine Learning.
Bas researches changes in the microbiome during sepsis.