Niels Geijsen

Niels Geijsen received his PhD from Utrecht University in The Netherlands in 2000 studying cytokine signaling in the hematopoietic system. He completed his post-doctoral training in the lab of Dr. George Daley at MIT and the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research where he pioneerd a method for the in vitro generation of germ cells from embryonic stem cells. Dr. Geijsen’s research focuses on understanding the biology of pluripotent stem cells and developing new stem-cell based tools to explore human development and oncogenic transformation.

Other activities:

  • Professor at Utrecht University
  • Member of the scientific advisory committee at InnoSer
  • Cofounder of Ntrans Technologies

 

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Sonja Weterings

Technician

Richard Sherwood

Guest

Richard Sherwood

Peng Shang

Guest

Linda van Laake

Guest

Linda van Laake

Nicolas Rivron

Guest

Javier Frias Aldeguer

PhD Student

Chen Chen

PhD Student

Pieterjan Dierickx

PhD Student

Manda Arbab

PhD Student

Manda Arbab

Zeliha Sahin

Postdoc

May Sabry

Postdoc

May Sabry

Axel Beier

Technician

Stefan van der Elst

FACS technician
s.elst@hubrecht.eu

Nune Schelling-Kazaryan

Technician

Niels Geijsen

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Geijsen: Pluripotent stem cells in development and disease

Pluripotent stem cells can divide almost indefinitely and have the unique ability to give rise to every cell type in our body. For this reason, they are the most versatile source of stem cells for (drug) research and transplantation therapy. The Geijsen group is developing novel stem cell-based methods to study human development and disease and to develop assays for drug-screening, pathway identification and toxicology assessments.

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Key publications

Chen, H-H, Welling, MA, Bloch-DB, Munoz-J, Mientjes-E, Chen-X, Tramp-J, Wu-J, Yabuuchi-A, Chou-YF, Buecker-C, Krainer-A, Willemsen-R and Geijsen-N Dazl limits pluripotency, differentiation and apoptosis in developing primordial germ cells Stem Cell Reports 2014 In press.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.stemcr.2014.09.003 

 

Buecker C, Chen HH, Polo JM, Daheron L, Bu L, Barakat TS, Okwieka P, Porter A, Gribnau J, Hochedlinger K, Geijsen N. A murine ESC-like state facilitates transgenesis and homologous recombination in human pluripotent stem cells. (2010) Cell Stem Cell. Jun 4;6(6):535-46.

 

Chou Y-F, Chen H-H, Eijpe M., Yabuuchi A., Chenoweth J.G., Tesar P., Lu J., McKay R.D.G and Geijsen N. The growth factor environment defines distinct pluripotent ground states in novel blastocyst-derived stem cells, (2008) Cell. 135: 449-461.

 

West JA, Park IH, Daley GQ and Geijsen N. In vitro generation of germ cells from Embryonic Stem Cells. (2006) Nature Protocols. 1 (4): 2026-2036.

 

Geijsen, N., Horoschak, M., Kim, K., Gribnau, J., Eggan, K. And Daley, G.Q.: Derivation of embryonic germ cells and male gametes from embryonic stem cells. (2004) Nature.427, 148-154.

All publications

Circadian clocks
2017

PieterjanDierickx, Linda WVan Laake, NielsGeijsen

Neonatal rat cardiomyocytes as an in vitro model for circadian rhythms in the heart
2017

Bastiaan Cdu Pré, PieterjanDierickx, SandraCrnko, Pieter ADoevendans, Marc AVos, NielsGeijsen, DidiNeutel, Toon A Bvan Veen, Linda Wvan Laake

Neonatal rat cardiomyocytes as an in vitro model for circadian rhythms in the heart
2017

Bastiaan Cdu Pré, PieterjanDierickx, SandraCrnko, Pieter ADoevendans, Marc AVos, NielsGeijsen, DidiNeutel, Toon A Bvan Veen, Linda Wvan Laake

Circadian networks in human embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
2017

PieterjanDierickx, Marit WVermunt, Mauro JMuraro, Menno PCreyghton, Pieter ADoevendans, Alexandervan Oudenaarden, NielsGeijsen, Linda WVan Laake

Knock-Out Serum Replacement and Melatonin Effects on Germ Cell Differentiation in Murine Testicular Explant Cultures
2017

AhmedReda, HalimaAlbalushi, Sheyla CisnerosMontalvo, MirjaNurmio, ZelihaSahin, MiHou, NielsGeijsen, JormaToppari, OlleSöder, Jan-BerndStukenborg

Long-Term Adult Feline Liver Organoid Cultures for Disease Modeling of Hepatic Steatosis
2017

Hedwig SKruitwagen, Loes AOosterhoff, Ingrid G W HVernooij, Ingrid MSchrall, Monique Evan Wolferen, FarahBannink, CamilleRoesch, Lisavan Uden, Martijn RMolenaar, J BerndHelms, Guy C MGrinwis, Monique M AVerstegen, Luc J Wvan der Laan, MeritxellHuch, NielsGeijsen, Robert GVries, HansClevers, JanRothuizen, Baukje ASchotanus, Louis CPenning, BartSpee

Rapid establishment of the European Bank for induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (EBiSC) - the Hot Start experience
2017

Paul ADe Sousa, RachelSteeg, ElisabethWachter, KevinBruce, JasonKing, MariekeHoeve, ShalineeKhadun, GeorgeMcConnachie, JulieHolder, AndreasKurtz, StefanieSeltmann, JohannesDewender, SaschaReimann, GlynStacey, OrlaO'Shea, CharlotteChapman, LynHealy, HeikoZimmermann, BryanBolton, TrishaRawat, IsobelAtkin, AnnaVeiga, BerndKuebler, Blanca MirandaSerano, TomoSaric, JürgenHescheler, OliverBrüstle, MichaelPeitz, CorneliaThiele, NielsGeijsen, BjørnHolst, ChristianClausen, MajlindaLako, LyleArmstrong, Shailesh KGupta, Alexander JKvist, RyanHicks, AnnaJonebring, GabriellaBrolén, AndreasEbneth, AlfredoCabrera-Socorro, PatrikFoerch, MartineGeraerts, Tina CStummann, ShawnHarmon, CarolGeorge, IanStreeter, LauraClarke, HelenParkinson, Peter WHarrison, AdamFaulconbridge, LucaCherubin, TonyBurdett, CesarTrigueros, Minal JPatel, ChristaLucas, BarryHardy, RokPredan, JohDokler, MajaBrajnik, OliverKeminer, OlePless, PhilipGribbon, CarstenClaussen, AnnetteRingwald, BeateKreisel, AidanCourtney, Timothy EAllsopp

Cloning-free CRISPR
2015

MandanaArbab, SharanyaSrinivasan, TatsunoriHashimoto, NielsGeijsen, Richard ISherwood

Disease Modeling and Gene Therapy of Copper Storage Disease in Canine Hepatic Organoids
2015

SathidpakNantasanti, BartSpee, Hedwig SKruitwagen, ChenChen, NielsGeijsen, Loes AOosterhoff, Monique Evan Wolferen, NicolasPelaez, HilleFieten, Richard WWubbolts, Guy CGrinwis, JeffersonChan, MeritxellHuch, Robert R GVries, HansClevers, Alainde Bruin, JanRothuizen, Louis CPenning, Baukje ASchotanus

DAZL regulates Tet1 translation in murine embryonic stem cells
2015

MaaikeWelling, Hsu-HsinChen, JavierMuñoz, Michael UMusheev, LennartKester, Jan PhilippJunker, NikolaiMischerikow, MandanaArbab, EwartKuijk, LevSilberstein, Peter VKharchenko, MiekeGeens, ChristofNiehrs, Hildevan de Velde, Alexandervan Oudenaarden, Albert JrHeck, NielsGeijsen

Efficient intracellular delivery of native proteins
2015

Diego SD'Astolfo, Romina JPagliero, AnitaPras, Wouter RKarthaus, HansClevers, VikramPrasad, Robert JanLebbink, HolgerRehmann, NielsGeijsen

Efficient cryopreservation of human pluripotent stem cells by surface-based vitrification
2015

Julia CNeubauer, Axel FBeier, NielsGeijsen, HeikoZimmermann

DAZL limits pluripotency, differentiation, and apoptosis in developing primordial germ cells
2014

Hsu-HsinChen, MaaikeWelling, Donald BBloch, JavierMuñoz, EdwinMientjes, XinjieChen, CodyTramp, JieWu, AkikoYabuuchi, Yu-FenChou, ChristaBuecker, AdrianKrainer, RobWillemsen, Albert JHeck, NielsGeijsen

Creating human organs in chimaera pigs
2014

DavidShaw, WyboDondorp, NielsGeijsen, Guidode Wert

Modeling motor neuron disease
2014

MandanaArbab, SusanneBaars, NielsGeijsen

Epigenetic characterization of the FMR1 promoter in induced pluripotent stem cells from human fibroblasts carrying an unmethylated full mutation
2014

Celine E Fde Esch, MehrnazGhazvini, FriedemannLoos, NuneSchelling-Kazaryan, WWidagdo, Shashini TMunshi, Erikvan der Wal, HannieDouben, NilhanGunhanlar, Steven AKushner, W W M PimPijnappel, Femke M Sde Vrij, NielsGeijsen, JoostGribnau, RobWillemsen

Pluripotency in the light of the developmental hourglass
2014

EwartKuijk, NielsGeijsen, EdwinCuppen

Chimeren helpen stamcelonderzoekers
2013

N.Geijsen

Dieren als orgaanbank: verbod voorbarig
2013

N.Geijsen

Verbod stamcelonderzoek voorbarig
2013

N.Geijsen