Thrombus heterogeneity: does it matter?
September 15, 2020
Judith Cosemans holds a PhD degree (2009) in platelet biology, which focused on the dynamic regulation of thrombus stability. As a postdoc, she further developed flow chamber technology as a compatible alternative for experimental animal models of arterial thrombosis. As of April 2020, she leads the platelet research group in Maastricht, NL.
With her research team she aims to:
• provide novel mechanistic insight into the pathophysiology of thrombosis in the heart and in the brain;
• develop better diagnostic tools and novel druggable targets to prevent recurrent thrombotic events.
(athero)thrombus formation, microfluidics, signaling
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