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John van Dam

  • PHD
  • Postdoc
  • Utrecht University
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Research interests

Signal TransductionEukaryotic organellesComparative GenomicsBioinformatics

About

I am a Post-Doc at Utrecht University (NL). My research involves bioinformatics and comparative genomics on cilia and signal transduction pathways. My main focus is large scale data integration and the evolution of the eukaryotic cilium/flagellum.

Co-authors (224)

  • Sebastiao Mahunguane
  • Ward Weistra
  • Robin van der Lee
  • Michael Seidl
  • Harmen van Rossum

Publications (5)

  • The Role of Efflux Pumps in Tuberculosis Treatment and Their Promise as a Target in Drug Development: Unraveling the Black Box

    • te Brake L
    • de Knegt G
    • de Steenwinkel J
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  • CiliaCarta: An Integrated And Validated Compendium Of Ciliary Genes

    • van Dam T
    • Kennedy J
    • van der Lee R
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  • Genome-scale detection of positive selection in nine primates predicts human-virus evolutionary conflicts

    • van der Lee R
    • Wiel L
    • van Dam T
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  • Interspecies differences in PTH-mediated PKA phosphorylation of the epithelial calcium channel TRPV5

    • van Goor M
    • Verkaart S
    • van Dam T
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  • The Gene Ontology of eukaryotic cilia and flagella

    • Roncaglia P
    • van Dam T
    • Christie K
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Professional experience

Postdoc

Universiteit Utrecht

September 2016 - Present

Postdoc

CMBI, NCMLS, UMC Radboud

October 2010 - August 2016(6 years)

PhD student

University Medical Center Utrecht

October 2006 - October 2010(4 years)

Education history

PhD

Universiteit Utrecht

October 2006 - March 2011(4 years)

MSc Theoretical Biology & Bioinformatics

Universiteit Utrecht

September 2004 - August 2007(3 years)

MSc Molecular Biology

Instituut Biologie Leiden

September 1999 - August 2005(6 years)