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Kelly Kersten, PhD

Address513 Parnassus Ave
San Francisco CA 94143
Phone415-514-3251
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    Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, The NetherlandsPh.D.02/2017Tumor-induced inflammation
    Utrecht University, Utrecht, The NetherlandsM.S.02/2011Cancer Genomics & Developmental Biology
    Utrecht University, Utrecht, The NetherlandsB.S.09/2008Biology

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    1. Kersten K, Coffelt SB, Hoogstraat M, Verstegen NJM, Vrijland K, Ciampricotti M, Doornebal CW, Hau CS, Wellenstein MD, Salvagno C, Doshi P, Lips EH, Wessels LFA, de Visser KE. Mammary tumor-derived CCL2 enhances pro-metastatic systemic inflammation through upregulation of IL1ß in tumor-associated macrophages. Oncoimmunology. 2017; 6(8):e1334744. PMID: 28919995.
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    2. Kersten K, de Visser KE, van Miltenburg MH, Jonkers J. Genetically engineered mouse models in oncology research and cancer medicine. EMBO Mol Med. 2017 Feb; 9(2):137-153. PMID: 28028012.
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    3. Kersten K, Salvagno C, de Visser KE. Exploiting the Immunomodulatory Properties of Chemotherapeutic Drugs to Improve the Success of Cancer Immunotherapy. Front Immunol. 2015; 6:516. PMID: 26500653; PMCID: PMC4595807.
    4. Plaks V, Boldajipour B, Linnemann JR, Nguyen NH, Kersten K, Wolf Y, Casbon AJ, Kong N, van den Bijgaart RJ, Sheppard D, Melton AC, Krummel MF, Werb Z. Adaptive Immune Regulation of Mammary Postnatal Organogenesis. Dev Cell. 2015 Sep 14; 34(5):493-504. PMID: 26321127; PMCID: PMC4573906.
    5. Coffelt SB, Kersten K, Doornebal CW, Weiden J, Vrijland K, Hau CS, Verstegen NJ, Ciampricotti M, Hawinkels LJ, Jonkers J, de Visser KE. IL-17-producing ?d T cells and neutrophils conspire to promote breast cancer metastasis. Nature. 2015 Jun 18; 522(7556):345-348. PMID: 25822788.
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