Lucie Pellissier – Postdoctoral Scientist
Lucie was a postdoctoral scientist at the NIN, and developed methods for AAV-CRB1 gene therapy. She published as well key manuscripts on the physiological functions of CRB1 and CRB2 proteins.
Jeroen Dudok – Postdoctoral Scientist
Jeroen was a postdoctoral scientist at the NIN, and studied the physiological roles of CRB-interacting protein MPP3 in the retina and MPP3 and CRB1+CRB2 in the cerebral cortex.
Henrique Alves - Postdoctoral Scientist
Henrique was a recent postdoc at the LUMC on the CRB1 retinal gene therapy studies. Previously, he studied the roles of CRB2 and CRB1/CRB2 proteins in the retina.
Pete Quinn – PhD
Pete obtained his PhD at the LUMC Department of Ophthalmology, and studied the functions of CRB proteins in early onset retina e.g. by RNAseq gene profiling LCA models, and studies as well transplantation of retinal cells.
Michaela Orlova - MSc
Michaela worked for a year as PhD student at the LUMC Department of Ophthalmology, and studied human iPSC derived retinal organoids.