Sita Vermeulen, department for Health Evidence, has been appointed associate professor Genetic epidemiology on 1 May 2018.
Sita's research is embedded within research theme Urological Cancers and focuses on the genetics of bladder cancer, in particular pharmacogenetics of immunotherapy response. Her educational activities are focused on dissemination of genetic epidemiological research methods.
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