Guido Keijzers

Guido Keijzers

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Research experience

March 2015 - present       Center for Healthy Aging, Copenhagen University  (Denmark), under supervision of Prof. LJ Rasmussen.
Post Doc:       Biochemical characterization of EXO1 in replication and double strand break repair.

Nov 2013 - Feb 2015 Visiting researcher, Center for Healthy Aging, Copenhagen University (Denmark).

Jun 2010 - Nov 2013          Center for Healthy Aging, Copenhagen University (Denmark). Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, under supervision of Prof. LJ. Rasmussen and Dr VA. Bohr.
PhD student: Study the role of DNA-end resection proteins.

Apr 2012 - May 2012 NIH/NIA, Baltimore (USA). Laboratory of Molecular Gerontology led by Dr VA. Bohr.
Scientific exchange: Confocal studies to mismatch DNA repair proteins dynamics.

Apr 2011 - May 2011 NIH/NIA, Baltimore (USA). Laboratory of Molecular Gerontology led by Dr VA. Bohr.
Scientific exchange: Confocal studies to recruitment DNA repair proteins dynamics to DNA damage.

Jun 2009 - Jun 2010 Danish Aging Research Center, Aarhus University, (Denmark). Department of Molecular Biology under supervision of Assoc. Prof. T. Stevnsner.
Research associate: Setting up and managing a population study for biomarkers markers involved in the early on set of age related fatigue.

Apr 2008 - May 2009 NIH/NIA, Baltimore (USA). Laboratory of Molecular Gerontology led by Dr VA. Bohr.
Research associate: Study base excision repair DNA repair in primary.

Sep 2006 - Apr 2008 Erasmus MC, Rotterdam (the Netherlands). Department of Genetics, under supervision of Assoc. Prof. DC. van Gent.
Research assistant: Functional study of proteins in the DNA repair pathway non-homologous end joining.

Jun 2005 - Aug 2005          NIH/NIDDK, Bethesda (USA). Metabolic Enzymes Section led by Dr M. Gellert. Scientific exchange: In collaboration with ErasmusMC, Department of Genetics.  

Aug 2002 - Aug 2006         Erasmus MC, Rotterdam (the Netherlands). Department of Genetics, under supervision of Assoc. Prof. DC. van Gent.
Research assistant: The role of RAG proteins in transposition reporter mice.

Jan 2002 - Jul 2002 Organon NV, Oss (the Netherlands). Department of General Pharmacology under supervision of Dr T. van Dinther.
Research assistant: Assay development for immuno assays.

Jul 2000 - May 2001 Australian National University, Research School of Biological Sciences, Canberra (Australia). Department of Genomic Interactions, led by Professor BG. Rolfe.  
Bachelor/Honours of Science, Internship: Investigation into Legume model Medicago truncatula to differentially expressed proteins by use of proteomics.

 

Ph.D. dissertation 
Titled: DNA repair and genomic stability in aging.

 

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