Nick van Es, The Netherlands
Prediction of venous thromboembolism in cancer
Nick van Es is currently a fellow in Vascular Medicine at the Amsterdam University. He graduated cum laude as a Medical Doctor in 2012 and defended his PhD-thesis “Cancer and thrombosis: improvements in strategies for prediction, diagnosis, and treatment” cum laude in 2017 under supervision of Saskia Middeldorp and Patrick Bossuyt. During his PhD trajectory, he completed a research traineeship at the The Ottawa Hospital supervised by Marc Carrier and Phil Wells. Trained as a Clinical Epidemiologist, his current research focuses on prediction, diagnosis, and treatment of venous thromboembolism, with a particular interest in cancer-associate thrombosis. He has co-authored about 90 peer-reviewed publications and has established collaborations with various national and international experts in the field.