Marleen van Stevendaal (1994) received her MSc in Molecular Life Science at the Radboud University in Nijmegen in 2018. During her masters she worked on targeted drug delivery of elastin-like polypeptide nanoparticles in 3D cell culture models at the Department for Membrane Biochemistry of Prof Roland Brock (Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Science (RIMLS)) and on the implementation of one-dimensional nano-liquid chromatography for mass spectrometric detection of Host Cell Proteins in a monoclonal antibody, at the Department for Analytical Development and Quality Control (Synthon Biopharmaceuticals). Currently, she is a PhD candidate in the Bio-organic Chemistry Department of Prof. Jan van Hest, working on communication of protocells with biological cells.
Marleen obtained both her bachelor (Molecular life sciences, 2016) and masters (clinical biology, 2018) degree from the Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Marleen joined the van Hest lab as a PhD student in 2018.
Engineering interactions at the interface of living and synthetic cells(2022)
Responsive Peptide Nanofibers with Theranostic and Prognostic CapacityAngewandte Chemie - International Edition (2022)
DNA-mediated protein shuttling between coacervate-based artificial cellsAngewandte Chemie - International Edition (2022)
Functional interactions between bottom-up synthetic cells and living matter for biomedical applicationsChemSystemsChem (2021)
Dual site-selective presentation of functional handles on protein-engineered cowpea chlorotic mottle virus-like particlesBioconjugate Chemistry (2021)
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