Research Groups

Jesse Veenvliet

Education

2009–2014
Rudolf Magnus Institute for Neuroscience (Utrecht Medical Center) & Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences (University of Amsterdam) PhD
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2007–2009
Utrecht University: Experimental and Clinical Neuroscience MSc
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2001–2007
Radboud University Nijmegen - Medicine

Research Experience

from 2021
Research Group Leader at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics
Topic: Stembryogenesis - reconstructing development in a dish to understand how embryos build themselves
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2014–2021
Postdoctoral Research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Dept. Developmental Genetics
Berlin, Germany
Adviser: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Herrmann
Topic: De- and reconstructing the post-implantation mammalian embryo
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2009–2014
PhD Research, Rudolf Magnus Institute for Neuroscience & Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, Dept. Molecular Neuroscience
Utrecht & Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Advisers: Prof. Dr. Marten Smidt & Prof. Dr. Peter Burbach
Topic: Molecular mechanisms of dopaminergic subset specification
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2009
MSc Internship, LMCB-MRC, University College London
London, UK
Adviser: Prof. Dr. Antonella Riccio
Topic: Role of HDAC2 S-Nitrosylation in cortical development
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2008
MSc Internship, Rudolf Magnus Institute for Neuroscience, Dept. Molecular Neuroscience
Utrecht, the Netherlands
Adviser: Prof. Dr. Marten Smidt
Topic: Role of retinoic acid in dopaminergic subset specification during midbrain development
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2007
Medical Scientific Internship, Radboud University, Dept. Psychoneuropharmacology
Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Adviser: Prof. Dr. Alexander Cools
Topic: Individual differences in the sensitivity to serotonergic drugs in rats

Fellowships and Awards (selected)

2019
Grant from German Centre for the Protection of Laboratory Animals (Bf3R)
Role: Principal Investigator
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2015
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Fellowship
Role: Investigator