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associations and mechanisms between NAD+ related pathways
Research of interest:
(NAD+) has become a “trendy” molecule in ageing research recently. By using the methodology of both in vitro toxicology and epidemiology, Wenbo’s project is to explore the associations and mechanisms between NAD+ related pathways and neurodegenerative disorders in colorectal cancer survivors, under the supervision of Geja Hageman and Frederik-Jan van Schooten.
Wenbo was born in 1992, Nanjing, China. He studied preventive medicine and public health before doing the PhD in the Netherlands with the CSC scholarships. What he likes in the Phar-Tox department is that the international, multiple-disciplines, collegiality and social working atmosphere.