Alexander Hoischen, affiliated with the department of Human Genetics and the department of Internal Medicine, has been appointed as associate professor ‘Genomic technologies & immuno-genomics’ on May 28.Alexander operates within the Radboudumc research theme Infectious diseases and global health. He and his research group are fascinated by the application of latest genomics technologies to understand the genetic basis of rare (immune) disorders.
Alexander: “Rare disease are individually rare but collectively a common health problem. Unraveling the underlying disease causes can help individual patients and teach a lot about biology.”
More information on Alexander’s research group 'Immuno-Genomics' can be found here.
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