Catharien Hilkens
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Catharien MU Hilkens


Summary

I did my PhD research at the University of Amsterdam, where I worked on regulation of T cell immunity by dendritic cells. I then was awarded an EMBO fellowship to work on understanding how cytokines regulate T cell- and dendritic cell- function at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund (now Cancer Research UK) laboratories in London. In October 2003 I joined Newcastle University, where I run a research group studying mechanisms underlying immune tolerance, and the development of dendritic cells as an immunotherapeutic tool.

Immunology Rheumatology Translational Medicine

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Reader in Immunotherapy

University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
October 2003
Institute of Cellular Medicine

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Articles published in PeerJ

Minimum information about tolerogenic antigen-presenting cells (MITAP): a first step towards reproducibility and standardisation of cellular therapies

August 30th, 2016
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