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Kai Ye is Co-Author in Science paper

Together with research groups from the UK, US, Australia and Switserland, Kai published a paper in Science.

February 18 2012 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

Eline Slagboom and Marian Beekman will give talks at the Gordon Research Conference on 'The Biology of Aging' in Ventura CA

The Gordon Research Conference on The Biology of Aging will take place in Ventura CA, February 12-17, 2012.

February 09 2012 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

We have two new colleagues!

We are happy to announce that as of the 1st of January we have two new colleagues; Mark Kroon, PhD student and Matthijs Moed, programmer.

January 24 2012 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

Bas Heijmans' paper is out.

Bas' paper has been published in The International Journal of Epidemiology last month and is online now!

January 24 2012 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

Willemijn Passtoors' paper is out NOW!!

Willemijn's paper is online on the PlosOne Website. It's entitled 'Transcriptional Profiling of Human Familial Longevity Indicates a Role for ASF1A and IL7R'

January 18 2012 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

Yanju Zhang's PASSION paper has been published in Bioinformatics Journal

We are happy to announce that Yanju's PASSION paper has been published in Bioinformatics Journal. PASSION is a RNA-Seq analysis tool.

January 09 2012 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

We all wish you a happy Christmas and a prosperous 2012!!

The Molecular Epidemiology department wishes you a merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous 2012!!

December 23 2011 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

Jan Bot wins prestigious "Enlighten Your Research" prize

Molepi's PhD Student Jan Bot has won the first prize in the "Enlighten Your Research" competition organized by Surfnet.

December 15 2011 Author: Eka Suchiman - Molepi

Bas Heijmans receives major U.S. funding for Hunger Winter Study

Dr. Bas Heijmans has received $ 827,000 from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) for his work on famine children. Previously, he showed that mothers who were pregnant during the famine in World War II, had children with permanent changes in their DNA.

December 13 2011 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

Talk Eline Slagboom at the Longevity Consortium Symposium at the Buck Institute, Novato CA

Coming December 8-9, 2011 Eline will give a talk at the Longevity Consortium Symposium, Buck Institute, Novato, CA, USA.

Theme : Environmental, Developmental and Genetic Factors in Aging and Longevity

December 02 2011 Author: Molepi - Molecular Epidemiology

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