Peter-Bram 't Hoen full professorPeter-Bram 't Hoen obtained his MSc degrees in Biochemistry and Pharmacochemistry from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam with distinction 'cum laude' and his PhD in biopharmaceutical sciences from Leiden University. From 2002-2018, he worked as postdoctoral researcher, assistant and associate professor in the department of Human Genetics at Leiden University Medical Center. He developed new approaches for the analysis of -omics data and the discovery of molecular signatures that can be used in disease diagnostics, disease progression and the response to therapy ('personalised medicine'). In 2018, he was appointed as professor of Bioinformatics at Radboudumc Nijmegen, where he is leading the Centre for Molecular and Biomolecular Informatics (CMBI).
Personal prizes & awards national & international
- 2010: Basic teaching qualification (BKO)
- 2005: NWO-VENI award
Field of studyCMBI
Research group Computational approaches to advance personalized medicine
Peter Bram 't Hoen's research group develops computational approaches that exploit molecular –omics data in combination with clinical data to better understand disease mechanisms and to advance patient diagnosis and stratification for therapeutic and life style interventions.read more