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David Pieter Hoytema van Konijnenburg, M.D., Ph.D.

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Biography
2008 - 2010
BSc Honors Program in Medicine
2011 - 2014
MSc Honors Program in Medicine
2013
Student Research Award, Dutch Digestive Foundation
2015
Travel Grant, Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies (FOCIS)
2015
Talma Eykman Thesis Award in Medicine, Biomedical Sciences or Health Sciences
2015
National Prize for medical student, The Professor Chris Gips Foundation for Young Scientific Talent
2018
PhD Thesis Award, Pediatrics Association of the Netherlands (NVK), Section on Infection & Immunity
2020
House Staff Development Award, Medical Staff Organization
2020
Fred Lovejoy Resident Research Award
2020
Trainee Travel Award for Excellence, Alumni Association
2021
Chrysalis Project participant, American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI)
2022
Bravo! Way to Shine Star Award
2022
Fellow Teaching Honor Roll
2023
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Overview
MD PhD, completed PhD work in Immunology at Utrecht University, Van Wijk lab and The Rockefeller University, Mucida lab. My research focused on intestinal T cells using a combination of techniques including live imaging. Completed pediatrics residency at Boston Childrens Hospital and Harvard Medical School concurrent with research at Harvard Medical School, Kirchhausen lab, Zon lab, where I studied the development and function of tissue-resident immune cells whilst completing the Integrated Research Pathway.
Current Allergy and Immunology Fellow at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, working in Nigrovic lab and Zanoni lab on tissue-resident immune cells in the lung. Clinically especially passionate about providing care for patients with immune dysregulation syndromes or immunodeficiency, with a focus on immunogenetics and research-based clinical care for patients with rare diseases of the immune system. Part of MIDAS Immune Dysregulation program and Interstitial Lung Diseases program at Boston Children's Hospital.

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