Researcher and PhD student
Bernice Hoenderboom (1988) graduated in Health Sciences, specialization Infectious Diseases and Public Health in 2014 at the VU University in Amsterdam. She completed her master thesis about HIV drug resistance in Sub Saharan Africa, at the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development. After graduation, she worked at the Public Health Services (GGD) in Haarlem at the STD department. Since 2015, she is working as a PhD student at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in collaboration with the Laboratory of Immunogenetics at the VU medical center. Her PhD project is about long-term complications of Chlamydia trachomatis infections in women.