Max Senders, M.D.

PhD student, AMC

Cardiovascular PET/MRI and tracer development

Mandy van Leent, M.D.

Postdoctoral fellow, ISMMS

My research concentrates on the application of nanobiologics in atherosclerosis and ischemic heart disease. The main focus is evaluating efficacy and targeting potential of different nanobiologics by various immunological assays and molecular imaging.

Abraham Teunissen, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral fellow, ISMMS

Supramolecular chemistry

Carlos Pérez-Medina, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Radiology, ISMMS

Radiochemistry and probe development

Ewelina Kluza, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral fellow, AMC

Imaging vessel wall inflammation

Max Senders, M.D.

PhD student, AMC

Imaging macrophage dynamics

Thijs Beldman, Ph.D.

PhD student, AMC

Natural nanodelivery vehicles

Bram Priem, Ph.D.

PhD student, VUmc

Nanoimmunotherapy in cancer

Anu Meerwaldt, M.Sc.

PhD student, UMCU

Nanoimmunotherapy in stroke

Alexandros Marios Sofias, M.Sc.

PhD student, NTNU

Nanotherapy and imaging in cancer

Roderick Oosterwijk

MSc student, TU/e

Nanoimmunotherapy

Yohana Antunes, B.Sc.

Lab manager, ISMMS

Graduated in Biomedical Sciences by the Federal University of Parana, I currently works as a Senior Research Associate in the Mulder lab. I am involved in projects that study trained immunity in the treatment of cancer and myocardial infarction. In addition, I am also involved in research on the use of nanoparticles for treatment and imaging of atherosclerotic diseases. My fields of expertise include microscopy, molecular biology and cellular biology.

Ewelina Kluza, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral fellow, AMC

My current projects are focused on the structural and functional integrity of atherosclerotic endothelium, and on nanomedicine-based strategies for treatment of atherosclerosis. In my research, I employ advanced microscopy methods including the super-resolution fluorescence microscopy and correlative light-electron microscopy.