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Marthe Lindenbergh

Marthe Lindenbergh

  • Life Sciences
  • Trainee Patent Attorney

Marthe Lindenbergh obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences at Utrecht University. During the Master-phase, she did research internships in the UMC Utrecht and at the University of California, San Francisco. Having specialized in Infection and Immunity, she continued her studies with a PhD track at Utrecht University and the Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital, where she studied the immune-modulatory functions of immune-cell-derived extracellular vesicles. In 2019 she started as a trainee patent attorney at V.O. She obtained her PhD in November 2019.

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Working experience

  • Trainee Patent Attorney V.O. (2019-present)
  • PhD University of Utrecht (2014-2018)

Education

  • PhD Infection and Immunity, University of Utrecht (2019)
  • MSc Infection and Immunity, University ofUtrecht (2014)
  • BSc Biomedical Sciences , University of Utrecht (2012)

Publications

  • M. Mues, L. Karra, D. Romero-Moya, A. Wandler, M. J. Hangauer, O. Ksionda, Y. Thus, M.F.S. Lindenbergh, K. Shannon, M. T. McManus, J. P. Roose. “High-complexity shRNA libraries and PI3 kinase inhibition in cancer: high-fidelity synthetic lethality predictions”. Cell Reports 2019
  • M.F.S. Lindenbergh, D.G.J. Koerhuis, E.G.F. Borg, E.M. van ’t Veld, T.A.P. Driedonks, R. Wubbolts, W. Stoorvogel, M. Boes. “Bystander T-cells support clonal T-cell activation by controlling the release of dendritic cell-derived immune-stimulatory extracellular vesicles”. Front. Imm. 2019
  • M.F.S. Lindenbergh, W. Stoorvogel. “Antigen presentation by extracellular vesicles from professional antigen-presenting cells”.  Annu. Rev. Immunol. 2018
  • A.M. Gram, T. Oosenbrug, M.F.S. Lindenbergh, C. Büll, A. Comvalius, K.J.I. Dickson, J. Wiegant, H. Vrolijk, R.J. Lebbink, R. Wolterbeek, G.J. Adema, M. Griffioen, M.H.M. Heemskerk, D.C. Tscharke, L. M. Hutt-Fletcher, E.J.H.J. Wiertz, R.C. Hoeben, M.E. Ressing. “The Epstein-Barr virus glycoprotein gp150 forms an immune-evasive glycan shield at the surface of infected cells”. PLoS Path. 2016
  • M. van Gent, A.M. Gram, I.G.J. Boer, R.J. Geerdink, M.F.S. Lindenbergh, R.J. Lebbink, E.J. Wiertz, M.E. Ressing. “Silencing the shutoff protein of Epstein-Barr virus in productively infected B cells points to (innate) targets for immune evasion”.  J. Gen. Virol. 2015.

Languages

  • Dutch
  • English

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