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Research interests

The group of Wouter de Jonge studies mechanisms of functional and inflammatory gastro-intestinal disease.

-The pathogenesis of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, through translational research and clinical trial analyses, including single cell sequencing and Mass Cytometry

-Preclinical research models for gastrointestinal Disease (IBD, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and motility disorders)

-Preclinical and Clinical research in surgical complications, wound healing and anastomotic healing

-Specialized medical nutrition to improve gut epithelial barriers and immunity - in alliance with industrial partners 

-Epigenetic aspects of cell differentiation in the gut in health and disease

A link to my papers: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/161NjGEiygPkI/bibliography/public/


A link to my group website for all details: www.gut-research.com

And UKBonn: http://www.chirurgie-unibonn.de/forschung/immunpathophysiologie/


Group members:


Seppen J.E. PhD

te Velde A.A. PhD

van den Wijngaard R.M. PhD

Hakvoort T.B.M. PhD

Sovran B. PhD


PhD students:

Becker M.A.J. MD

Brinkman D.J. MD

Chen H.J. MD

Deianova N. MD

de Krijger M. MD

Eeftinck Schattenkerk L.D. MD

Elfiky A.M.I.M. MD

Ghiboub M. MSc

Hageman I.L. MD 

Joustra V.W. MD

Koopman N. Msc

Kreulen I.A.M. MSc

Luque Martin R.

Metselaar P.I. MSc

Peters E.G. MD

Pitotti G. MSc

Rahman S. MSc

ten Hove A.S. MD

van Helsdingen C.P.M. MD

van Thiel I.A.M. MSc

Wieser N.V. MSc

Fung I, Msc



Li Yim A.Y.F. MSc

Jan Verhoeff, Msc


Technical staff and facilies

Admiraal-van den Berg I. BSc

van Hamersveld H.P. BSc


Project and lab management: 

Verseijden C. BSc

Welting O. MSc





Mucosal Immunology, Neurogastroenterology

External positions

professor of NeuroGastroenterology, Universitaetsklinikum Bonn, Bonn, Germany

1 Jan 2018 → …

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