Currently, Annelies is doing her PhD on artificial antigen-presenting cells for immunotherapy in the Bio-Organic Chemistry group of prof. Jan van Hest and the Immunoengineering group of dr. Jurjen Tel.
Developing artificial immune cells for more effective immunotherapy
Annelies Wauters (1992) received her MSc in Biomedical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 2017. During her masters, she was enrolled in a summer internship at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB), and she participated in the Netherlands Research School of Chemical Biology and in the Top Sector Chemistry Student Competition. She graduated in the groups of prof. Menno Prins and prof. Luc Brunsveld, and finalized her master with an externship at Philips.
Artificial Antigen-Presenting Cell Topology Dictates T Cell ActivationACS Nano (2022)
Polymersomes as a potential platform for cancer immunotherapyMaterials Today Advances (2022)
Shaping Polymeric Nanocarriers for Immunotherapy(2021)
Development of morphologically discrete PEG-PDLLA nanotubes for precision nanomedicineBiomacromolecules (2019)
Surface water retardation around single-chain polymeric nanoparticlesChemical Science (2016)
- Postdoc, Radboudumc