In 1974 Ine started her HBO education ‘Hoger Natuur Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs (HNWO)’ at the Analistenschool in Groningen. She graduated in 1978 and started working as a biochemical research assistant at the Afdeling Nucleaire Geneeskunde, Academisch Ziekenhuis Groningen on a project concerning hormone dependence of breast tumor development. In 1981 she moved to the University of Twente, Technische Hogeschool Twente at that time, where she was appointed as one of the first members of the starting Biophysical Engineering group headed by Professor Jan Greve. Here she was responsible for setting up a biochemical/cell biological laboratory. She continued working as a research assistant within this group, and participated in many different projects. From 1998 till 2003 she worked as a PhD student within the BPE group on a project using single molecule fluorescence to study the human nucleotide excision DNA repair system. After obtaining her doctoral degree she stayed as a research scientist in the BPE group, later the Nanobiophysics group. Currently she is working within the NBP alpha-synuclein/ Parkinson’s disease related theme and she is managing the MESA+ BioNanoLab at the University of Twente, as the head of the facility.
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