Wij zijn onze website aan het vernieuwen.

Ontdekt u nog een pagina die niet klopt of hebt u een goede suggestie, laat het ons dan weten via webmedia@umcutrecht.nl.

Deze website maakt gebruik van cookies

Deze website toont video’s van o.a. YouTube. Dergelijke partijen plaatsen cookies (third party cookies). Als u deze cookies niet wilt kunt u dat hier aangeven. Lees meer over het cookiebeleid.

dr. D. Bogaert Assistant Professor - medical

  • Infectious Diseases Research 1

D. Bogaert

Contact

Research Programs

Fellowship and Awards

  • Honours:

    Senior Scottish Clinical Fellowship award (NRS) (2016)

    Innovational Research Incentives Scheme: Vidi laureate (NWO) (2015)

    Innovational Research Incentives Scheme: Veni laureate (NWO) (2009)

    Ter Meulen Fund Stipends, KNAW (2006/2007)

    Prof. Dr. Burema award for most relevant publication in the field of infectious diseases 2004/2005, The Municipal Health Service Rotterdam and Environs (GGD), The Netherlands

    Investigator award 2004/2005, Erasmus MC-Sophia Children’s award, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

    Young investigator award 2004, Pediatric Association of The Netherlands (NVK), The Netherlands

    Prof. Dr. J.C. Birkenhäger award 2003 for excellence in research and presentation, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

    Grants:

    2017. Spain. Ramon Areces Foundation: Personal grant of postdoctoral fellow Dr. Alicia Ruiz for a 2-year postdoc in my group to study mycobiome-microbiome interaction. Stipend

    2017. NIHR.Global health research unit: Collaborator of NIHR RESPIRE Unit, University of Edinburgh. £6.000.000

    2017. NIHR. Global health research unit. Collaborator and Steering Committee member of NIHR MPRU Unit, University College London. £6.000.000

    2016-2012. NRS. SSCF. Hhost-microbiome interactions: identification of ecological drivers that are key to respiratory problems in pre-term born children (Scottish Senior Clinical Fellowship). £800.000

    2015-2019 ZonMW. Vidi grant. Host-microbiome interactions: the key to respiratory health? (Personal career grant) €800.000

    2014-2017. ZonMW. Priority Medicines. Consequences of early-life antibiotic exposure on AMR gene selection: what regimen causes least harm? (PI) €400.000

    2014-2016. Gates Foundation. Effect of live attenuated Influenza vaccines on experimental human pneumococcal carriage.€250.000

    2012-2014. Ministry of economic affaires. TKI grant.“Food for life solutions” (co-applicant). €130.000 (of 1.0 million)

    2011-2014 TI Pharma. Collaboratiive grant. Therapeutic effect of an extensively hydrolyzed infant formula on atopic dermatitis” (participant) €100.000 (of 1.5 million)

    2009-2014. NWO/ZonMW. Top grant. “Dynamics of nasopharyngeal colonization of microflora; the key to respiratory disease?” (PI). €625.000

    2009-2012. NWO. Veni grant.“Nasopharyngeal microbial communities and the effects of vaccination” (Personal career grant). €250.000

    2006-2008. KNAW. Ter Meulen Fund. “Interaction between Streptococcus pneumoniae and the maturing host immune system” (personal career grant). €100.000

    2009-2013. Local hospital fund (based on private donations). Friends of WKZ. Respiratory microbiome development in healthy children in relation to delivery mode €150.000/ Respiratory microbiome development in infants with cystic fibrosis and controls. €240.000

    2012. Local. WKZ. “Leading ladies in science” unrestricted grant. €100.000

Research Output (141)

Immunoglobulin A deficiency in children, an undervalued clinical issue

Koenen M. H.(Mischa), van Montfrans J. M.(Joris), Sanders E. A.M.(Elisabeth), Bogaert D. (Debby), Verhagen L. M.(Lilly) 1 dec 2019, In: Clinical Immunology. 209

Immunoglobulin A deficiency in children, an undervalued clinical issue

Koenen M. H.(Mischa), van Montfrans J. M.(Joris), Sanders E. A.M.(Elisabeth), Bogaert D. (Debby), Verhagen L. M.(Lilly) 1 dec 2019, In: Clinical Immunology. 209

Author Correction:Impact of delivery mode-associated gut microbiota dynamics on health in the first year of life (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (4997), 10.1038/s41467-019-13014-7)

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., van Baarle Debbie, Bosch Astrid A.T.M., Man Wing Ho, Chu Mei Ling J.N., Arp Kayleigh, Watson Rebecca L., Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Fuentes Susana, Bogaert Debby 25 nov 2019, In: Nature Communications. 10

Author Correction:Impact of delivery mode-associated gut microbiota dynamics on health in the first year of life (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (4997), 10.1038/s41467-019-13014-7)

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., van Baarle Debbie, Bosch Astrid A.T.M., Man Wing Ho, Chu Mei Ling J.N., Arp Kayleigh, Watson Rebecca L., Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Fuentes Susana, Bogaert Debby 25 nov 2019, In: Nature Communications. 10

Rectal swabs are a reliable proxy for faecal samples in infant gut microbiota research based on 16S-rRNA sequencing

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., Arp Kayleigh, Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Bogaert Debby 5 nov 2019, In: Scientific Reports. 9

Rectal swabs are a reliable proxy for faecal samples in infant gut microbiota research based on 16S-rRNA sequencing

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., Arp Kayleigh, Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Bogaert Debby 5 nov 2019, In: Scientific Reports. 9

Impact of delivery mode-associated gut microbiota dynamics on health in the first year of life

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., van Baarle Debbie, Bosch Astrid A.T.M., Man Wing Ho, Chu Mei Ling J.N., Arp Kayleigh, Watson Rebecca L., Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Fuentes Susana, Bogaert Debby 1 nov 2019, In: Nature Communications. 10

Impact of delivery mode-associated gut microbiota dynamics on health in the first year of life

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., van Baarle Debbie, Bosch Astrid A.T.M., Man Wing Ho, Chu Mei Ling J.N., Arp Kayleigh, Watson Rebecca L., Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Fuentes Susana, Bogaert Debby 1 nov 2019, In: Nature Communications. 10

Maturation of microbial networks across body sites is associated with susceptibility to childhood respiratory infections

Clerc Melanie, Reyman Marta, Man Wing Ho, Van Houten Marlies A., Sanders Elisabeth A. M., Bogaert Debby 28 sep 2019, In: European Respiratory Journal. 54

Resilience of the nasopharyngeal microbiota following childhood lower respiratory tract infection

de Koff Emma, Man Wing Ho, Van Houten Marlies, Merelle Marieke, Vlieger Arine, Chu Mei Ling, Jansen Nicolaas, Sanders Elisabeth, Bogaert Debby 28 sep 2019, In: European Respiratory Journal. 54

All Research Output (141)
To top