The University of Queensland Australia
Title: Ingredients for writing a Successful Grant
Duijf obtained a PhD degree in Human Genetics from the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands. His postdoctoral studies at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, NY, USA focused on how chromosome instability, the missegregation of chromosomes during cell division, contributes to cancer development and progression. In 2013, Dr Duijf established his independent research group at the University of Queensland Diamantina Institute and the Translational Research Institute in Brisbane, Australia. With an interest in breast and other cancers, his group studies chromosome instability in mouse models in order to develop new strategies to improve cancer diagnosis and treatment.
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