28 February 2018

Carine van der Vleuten has been appointed associate Professor Vascular anomalies at the department of Dermatology on February 1st 2018 .

As a dermatologist, Carine van der Vleuten mainly focuses on vascular dermatology, in children and adults. Since 2009 she has been chair of the Radboudumc Expertise Center for Hemangioma and Congenital Vascular Anomalies Nijmegen (Hecovan), a center of expertise for rare diseases acknowledged by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport. Carine is member of the theme Vascular damage.
As associate Professor with a research accent, she will focus her research on vascular anomalies, particularly on propranolol treatment of infantile hemangioma and also on Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome and other somatic over-growth syndromes (SOGS).
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