Uncovering the origin of paediatric cancers using advanced imaging approaches
At the Princess Máxima Center for Paediatric oncology, we strive to cure every child with cancer, while providing an optimal quality of life. Our research department is directly connected to care units, which enables close collaboration with clinicians and surgeons.
The Rios group has developed novel imaging technologies to uncover the cellular dynamics underlying of paediatric cancers. We combine Large-scale, Single-cell Resolution 3D (LSR-3D) imaging with single-cell RNA sequencing to uncover the origin of developing organs with their associated paediatric cancer. Here, we will highlight the power of developmental biology tools and novel imaging approaches to study all paediatric cancers.
About Frank Bos
|2000 – 2003||BSc – Biomedical Sciences, Utrecht|
|2003 – 2006||MSc – Cancer genomics and developmental biology, Utrecht|
|2007 – 2011||PhD – Genetic regulation of angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis, Schulte-Merker and Eric Duckers Lab, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam / Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht|
|2012 – current||Founder of pArt of Science, a company dedicated to Art & Science photography|
|2012 – 2015||Postdoc – Hemogenic Endothelium, Zovein Lab, Supported by NWO Rubicon personal fellowship, Funded by Dutch Cancer Society (KWF) research award, University of California, San Francisco|
|2016 – 2017||Postdoc – Imaging of embryonic development, Van Rheenen Lab, Funded by Dutch Cancer Society (KWF) research award, Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht|
|2017 – current||Postdoc – Visualization Visualization of embryonic kidney development- Rios Lab & Managing Director of Maxima Imaging Center, Princess Máxima Center for paediatric cancer, Utrecht|