- van Kampen SC, Ramsay AR, Anthony RM, Klatser PR, Retooling national TB control programmes (NTPs) with new diagnostics: the NTP perspective. PLOS ONE 2010;5 (7):e11649 [PubMed]
- den Hertog AL, Visser DW, Ingham CJ, Fey FHAG, Klatser PR, Anthony RM, Simplified automated image analysis for detection and phenotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis on porous supports by monitoring growing microcolonies. PLOS ONE 2010;5 (6):e11008 [PubMed]
- Bergval IL, Schuitema ARJ, Klatser PR, Anthony RM, Resistant mutants of Mycobacterium tuberculosis selected in vitro do not reflect the in vivo mechanism of isoniazid resistance. J ANTIMICROB CHEMOTH 2009;64 (3):515-523 [PubMed]
- Bergval IL, Vijzelaar RNCP, Dalla Costa ER, Schuitema ARJ, Oskam L, Kritski AL, Klatser PR, Anthony RM, Development of multiplex assay for rapid characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. J CLIN MICROBIOL 2008;46 (2):689-699 [PubMed]
- Moet FJ, Pahan D, Oskam L, Richardus JH [Contributors: van Brakel WH, Klatser PR, Saunderson PR, Smith WCS, Withington SG, Moet FJ, Oskam L, Pahan D, Richardus JH, Schuring RP, Faber R, Borsboom GJJM]] , Effectiveness of single dose rifampicin in preventing leprosy in close contacts of patients with newly diagnosed leprosy: cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ-BRIT MED J 2008;336 (7647):761-764 [PubMed]
Prof. dr. P.R. Klatser (Paul), tel. 5665440
Hoofd afdeling KIT- Biomedical Research
Paul R. Klatser PhD, is heading the KIT Biomedical Research with more than 45 professionals. He has full-devolved responsibility for the strategy and management of the department including instituting and overseeing appropriate mechanisms to ensure research excellence, teaching quality, financial viability, health, environment and safety issues, quality management and effective staff management. His department harbours the WHO/OIE/FAO International Leptospirosis Reference Laboratory, which is CCKL (ISO15189) accredited. He is member of the Management Team of KIT.
He is a Strategic Professor in Development and Evaluation of Diagnostic Tests in Developing Countries at the University of Amsterdam and Professor Extraordinary in Biomedical Research for Development at the Free University in Amsterdam.
Dr. Klatser has a background in biochemistry/immunology and is actively involved in tuberculosis research; he supervises several PhD students. He blends active research with consultancy, management and developing business for KIT Biomedical Research/UvA/VU and its clients. He regularly advises multi-lateral organisations such as WHO on diagnostic issues related to infectious diseases and he is board member of various editorial committees and organizations, both national and international.
Dr. Klatser is a recipient of the 1993 Eijkman Medal for his achievements in the field of tropical medicine.
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