Prof. dr. S. Florquin
Professor of Pathology AMC
Sandrine Florquin (1965) is Professor of Pathology with focus on Nephropathology and Immunopathology at the AMC (University of Amsterdam).
She studied medicine in Brussels (ULB) and obtained her PhD at the ULB and the University of Leiden. She trained as a pathologist at the LUMC. She also worked for a year as renal pathology fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Prof. Helmut Rennke and prof. Ramzi Cotran, Harvard University). Since 1998 she is working as nephropathologist at the AMC.
Her current research focuses on the role of innate immunity in kidney damage and repair, and biomarkers in renal transplantation.
Sandrine Florquin is an Ambassador for the Nephropathology and Councilor of the International Society of Nephrology with a focus on the quality of Nephropathology. She is a member of several Scientific Advisory Boards and Editorial Boards and one of the organizers and teachers of the European Renal Pathology Course and teacher of the Dutch Boerhaave course Praktische nefropathologie and the International Summer School Renal Pathology.