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Hoenkamp Claire

Claire Hoencamp

PhD Student


During my Master's in Oncology at the University of Amsterdam I did my first internship in Benjamin Rowland's lab at the NKI. My second internship took place in Michele Pagano's lab at New York University, after which I came back to the NKI to start my PhD in 2018, being enthused and inspired by the work performed in the Rowland lab.
In the Rowland lab we are excited to unravel the mysteries surrounding condensin and cohesin and their roles during the cell cycle. Specifically, during my PhD project I will focus on the condensin complex and its role during interphase.

See Claire's publications on PubMed.

See also: Claire Hoencamp receives competitive fellowship.