Dr. De Raedt has been working on NF1 for over 20 years. His research focuses on developing mouse models that more accurately model NF1 associated tumors. Thomas uses these models to both evaluate novel therapies and investigate how these NF1 associated tumors form. Dr. De Raedt trained in the labs of Dr. Eric Legius (PhD) and Dr. Karen Cichowski (Post Doc) and has recently started his own lab at Children’s Hospital Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania.
Function: Assistant Professor / Principal Investigator
Company: Children’s Hospital Philadelphia/UPenn