Research areas

  • B510-infections
  • B630-venereology
  • B725-diagnostics

Research expertise

PhD candidate/researcher for the SeTPAT project: ‘Treponema pallidum-specific proteomic changes in patients with incident syphilis infection: an observational study in Belgium’. Primary study goal is to develop novel diagnostic strategies for syphilis detection in the form of an antigen test.

- Responsible for clinical cohort recruitment and follow-up

- T.pallidum proteome studies

- Diagnostic test development (Multiple reaction monitoring MRM, ELISA)


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