Prof. PhD A.H.C. van Kampen

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Prof. PhD A.H.C. van Kampen

Position
Full Professor
Main activities
Education, Research, Other
Specialisation
Medical Bioinformatics
Focus of research
  • Bioinformatics methods for analysis of omics data
  • Use and integration of public biological database
  • Systems Medicine / Systems Genomics
Key publications
  • van Houdt Jeroen K. J., Nowakowska Beata Anna, Sousa Sérgio B., van Schaik Barbera D. C., Seuntjens Eve, Avonce Nelson, Sifrim Alejandro, Abdul-Rahman Omar A., van den Boogaard Marie-José H., Bottani Armand, Castori Marco, Cormier-Daire Valérie, Deardorff Matthew A., Filges Isabel, Fryer Alan, Fryns Jean-Pierre, Gana Simone, Garavelli Livia, Gillessen-Kaesbach Gabriele, Hall Bryan D., Horn Denise, Huylebroeck Danny, Klapecki Jakub, Krajewska-Walasek Malgorzata, Kuechler Alma, Lines Matthew A., Maas Saskia, Macdermot Kay D., McKee Shane, Magee Alex, de Man Stella A., Moreau Yves, Morice-Picard Fanny, Obersztyn Ewa, Pilch Jacek, Rosser Elizabeth, Shannon Nora, Stolte-Dijkstra Irene, van Dijck Patrick, Vilain Catheline, Vogels Annick, Wakeling Emma, Wieczorek Dagmar, Wilson Louise, Zuffardi Orsetta, van Kampen Antoine H. C., Devriendt Koenraad, Hennekam Raoul, Vermeesch Joris Robert Heterozygous missense mutations in SMARCA2 cause Nicolaides-Baraitser syndrome Nature genetics 2012;44 (4):445-U261 [PubMed]
  • Doorenspleet M. E., Klarenbeek P. L., de Hair M. J. H., van Schaik B. D. C., Esveldt R. E. E., van Kampen A. H. C., Gerlag D. M., Musters A. [=Anne], Baas F., Tak P. P., de Vries N. [=Niek] Rheumatoid arthritis synovial tissue harbours dominant B-cell and plasma-cell clones associated with autoreactivity Annals of the rheumatic diseases 2014;73 (4):756-762 [PubMed]
  • Willemsen A. Marcel, Hendrickx Diana M., Hoefsloot Huub C. J., Hendriks Margriet M. W. B., Wahl S. Aljoscha, Teusink Bas, Smilde Age K., van Kampen Antoine H. C. MetDFBA: incorporating time-resolved metabolomics measurements into dynamic flux balance analysis Molecular bioSystems 2015;11 (1):137-145 [PubMed]
  • Stobbe Miranda D., Jansen Gerbert A., Moerland Perry D., van Kampen Antoine H. C. Knowledge representation in metabolic pathway databases Briefings in bioinformatics 2014;15 (3):455-470 [PubMed]
  • Reshetova Polina, van Schaik Barbera D. C., Klarenbeek Paul L., Doorenspleet Marieke E., Esveldt Rebecca E. E., Tak Paul-Peter, Guikema Jeroen E. J., de Vries Niek, van Kampen Antoine H. C. Computational Model Reveals Limited Correlation between Germinal Center B-Cell Subclone Abundancy and Affinity: Implications for Repertoire Sequencing Frontiers in immunology 2017;8:221 [PubMed]
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Curriculum Vitae

Professor Antoine van Kampen obtained his PhD in chemometrics at the University of Nijmegen (1997) for the thesis 'Complex optimization problems in chemistry'. For this work he received the Clemens Rothaan price (1997) for ‘excellent scientific research in the domain of computer applications’ from the Royal Netherlands Chemistry Society (KNCV). After a short position as postdoctoral researcher at the same university he move to the Academic Medical Center (AMC) of the University of Amsterdam. Here he initiated the Bioinformatics Laboratory, which he is still heading.

Van Kampen was scientific director of the Netherlands Bioinformatics Center (NBIC) from 2006 - 2010. Here he was responsible for budgets (>50 MEuro) and the initiation, stimulation, and coordination of bioinformatics programmes in research, support, e-bioscience infrastructure, and education.

Van Kampen has a broad interest in bioinformatics research, support and education. Part of this time and group is devoted to AMC bioinformatics support. In addition, he dedicates significant amount of time to education of biomedical, bioinformatics, systems biology, and informatics students, and to the further training of postdoctoral researchers.

Research programmes

Prof. PhD A.H.C. van Kampen (Medical Bioinformatics)

The Bioinformatics Laboratory is engaged in different types of research and support projects. The main research efforts comprise (a) Bioinformatics, (b) Systems Genomics, and (c) Systems Medicine  


 

Faculty
MEng PhD P.D. Moerland
PhD F.M. van der Kloet
B.D.C. van Schaik

Postdocs
PhD A. Jongejan
PhD M.L. Pras-Raves

PhD Students
MSc A. Nigam
MSc M. Soleimani

Others
MSc P.F.G. de Geest
A.C.M. Luyf

Current research funding
  • AMC
  • AMC (Vrijgesteld)
  • Europese Unie