Curriculum Vitae             

 

Personal Details

 

Dr. Josť A.M. Borghans

Female

Born January 1, 1972, Geleen, The Netherlands

Married, three daughters

 

Address

 

Laboratory of Translational Immunology

University Medical Center Utrecht

KC02.085.2

Lundlaan 6, 3584 EA Utrecht

The Netherlands

Tel: †††+31-88-7554275

e-mail: j.borghans@umcutrecht.nl

 

University Education

1996

 

 

1993

MSc in Biology (cum laude), Utrecht University

Specialisation: Theoretical Immunology

 

First year's degree Mathematics (cum laude)

Utrecht University

 

Scientific Career

2009 –

Associate Professor

Dpt. Immunology (UMCU) Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

 

2008 – 2009

Assistent Professor

Dpt. Immunology (UMCU) Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

 

2004 – 2008

Post-doctoral Fellow

Dpt. Immunology (UMCU) and Theoretical Biology (UU)

Utrecht, The Netherlands

 

 

2002 – 2004

Post-doctoral Fellow

Clinical Viro-Immunology, Sanquin, Amsterdam

 

 

2000 – 2002

Post-doctoral Fellow

Lymphocte Population Biology, Institut Pasteur, Paris

 

 

1996 – 2000

PhD position in Theoretical Immunology

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 

Awards and grants

2013 – 2017

Initial Training Network EU 7th Framework Programme

Quantitative T-cell immunology (QuanTI)

 

2010 – 2014

Aids Fonds Netherlands

"Unraveling the contribution of cytotoxic T-lymphocytes (CTL)

to the delay of HIV-disease progression"

 

 

2010 – 2014

 

Lung Foundation

"The lifespan of human neutrophils, eosinophils and basophils

under homeostatic and allergic asthmatic conditions in vivo"

 

 

2010

Seeding Grant, Infection & Immunity Center Utrecht

"The lifespan of human neutrophils, eosinophils and basophils

under homeostatic and allergic asthmatic conditions in vivo"

 

 

2009

Aspasia Grant, NWO

 

 

2009 – 2013

Landsteiner Foundation for Blood Transfusion Research

"Leukocyte dynamics in healthy and stem-cell transplanted

individuals"

 

 

2008 – 2013

VIDI Individual Fellowship, NWO

"Leukocyte dynamics in health and disease:

mathematical analysis of experimental data"

 

 

2007 – 2011

Meervoud Individual Fellowship, NWO

"Studying lymphocyte dynamics by mathematical

modelling of experimental data"

 

 

2002 – 2006

VENI Individual Fellowship, NWO

"Unravelling the T-cell repertoire to understand CD4

T-cell depletion and regeneration in HIV infection"

 

 

2002 – 2005

Aids Fonds Netherlands

"CD4 T-cell loss and T-cell diversity in HIV infection"

 

 

2000 – 2002

Marie-Curie Individual Fellowship, EC

 

 

1996

Young Researcher's Award, Unilever

 

Organization of scientific meetings

2008

Lymphocyte kinetics in health and disease (London, UK)

 

2011

T lymphocyte dynamics in acute and chronic viral infection

(London)
 

 

2013

20th International HIV Dynamics & Evolution Conference

(Utrecht)

 

 

2016

Spring School on T-cell dynamics (Bedford, UK)

Miscellaneous

2010 – 2016

Member of Scientific Advisory Board of Aids Fonds Netherlands

 

 

2011

BROK-certified (Basics of regulations and organisation for clinical

investigators)

 

 

2011

Associate Editor Frontiers in HIV and AIDS