Coline van Moorsel0000-0002-2957-1670
Coline van Moorsel works as the Head of the Research Interstitial Lung Disease at St. Antonius Hospital, Nieuwegein, UT, The Netherlands. She received her M.S. degree in biology cum laude from Leiden University, Leiden, ZH, The Netherlands. Her Ph.D. studies on genetic diversification were performed in collaboration with Wageningen University and the National Museum of Natural History and she received her Ph.D. degree in genetics from Leiden University. As a Postdoctoral Researcher she joined the Central Laboratory for Blood Transfusion services to develop human mutation detection arrays for hereditary anaemia and blood group typing in collaboration with Amsterdam Medical Center and the Clinical Genetics Center, Leiden, ZH, The Netherlands. As a Senior Scientist she joined the Clinical Chemistry Laboratory of St. Antonius Hospital to investigate genetic causes of pulmonary diseases and later joined the Pulmonology Department of St. Antonius Hospital and Utrecht University Medical Center to investigate the biological factors that influence disease development and susceptibility to interstitial lung diseases. van Moorsel currently serves as the Head of the research group Interstitial Lung Disease where she conducts and supervises research on the role of biological factors in ILD and lung transplantation.
Biography Updated on 7 June 2013