Contactd.f.m.vervoort@ tue.nl +31 40 247 2820 Helix-oost 3.27
Currently, Daan is working as a Doctoral Candidate in the Bio-Organic Chemistry group of Professor Jan van Hest on protein-based nanocages as a delivery system for metabolic diseases.
Developing protein-based nanocages as a delivery system for metabolic diseases
Daan Vervoort (Venlo, 1992) received his M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in 2017. During his master’s, he worked on the development of molecular BRET-sensors for the detection of therapeutic antibodies in the Protein Engineering group of Professor Maarten Merkx. An internship of six months was carried out at Janssen Infectious Diseases and Vaccines (a pharmaceutical company of Johnson & Johnson), on the development of vaccine platforms to produce a universal influenza vaccine.
Dual site-selective presentation of functional handles on protein-engineered cowpea chlorotic mottle virus-like particlesBioconjugate Chemistry (2021)
Protein-engineered Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus-like particles as a drug delivery platform(2021)
Engineered protein cages for selective heparin encapsulationJournal of Materials Chemistry B (2021)
Programmed spatial organization of biomacromolecules into discrete, coacervate-based protocellsNature Communications (2020)
Insight into N-terminal localization and dynamics of engineered virus-like particlesRSC Advances (2020)
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