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About Felix Hol

Felix Hol received an MSc. in 'Physics of life' from VU Amsterdam, and a PhD (highest honors) in Biophysics from Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands) using microfabrication to study spatial aspects of bacterial cooperation, colonization, and competition. After defending his PhD, he did a short postdoc joint between the labs at Harvard University and Delft. Next, he changed his focus from bacteria to mosquitoes and moved to Stanford University to work on several problems related to mosquito ecology and viral evolution. In 2019, he moved to Paris as a Marie Curie fellow and later a CNRS permanent researcher at Institut Pasteur, and a long-term fellow leading a research team at the Center for Research and Interdisciplinarity. Supported by a Hypatia fellowship and an NWO Vidi grant he joined the Radboud University Medical Center in the fall of 2022 to set up a vector biology research group. At Radboudumc Felix develops new technologies to study mosquito and pathogen biology and leverage these tools to understand the internal and external drivers of mosquito behaviors that are relevant to pathogen transmission.


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