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Remco Dijkman studied Life Sciences and Technology at the Saxion University of Applied Sciences, where he graduated in 2000 with a specialisation in Molecular Biology. In 2000, he started work at Leiden University Medical Centre as a Junior Scientist in the department of Dermatology. He was involved in research into the molecular pathogenesis of cutaneous lymphoma. In 2007, he started work as a molecular biologist at the R&D department of the Dutch Food and Consumer Products Safety Authority. There he was responsible for the development and implementation of molecular diagnostics for food-borne pathogens (e.g. Salmonella, Campylobacter, E. coli, Listeria, norovirus and hepatitis A virus).
Since 2010, he has been working as a molecular biologist in the R&D department of GD Animal Health, having started in the R&D laboratory before becoming a senior scientist in 2013. He is mainly involved in the development of molecular diagnostic tests and molecular epidemiology, and also participates as a tutor on these subjects at the GD Academy. In 2016, Remco gained his PhD degree from the University of Utrecht, with his thesis “Advances in Diagnostics and Molecular Typing of Mycoplasma synoviae”. In 2017, one of the papers from this thesis won the Bart Rispens Research Award for the best paper in Avian Pathology during the 2015-2016 period.
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