dr. D. Bogaert

dr. D. Bogaert

Assistant Professor - medical
dr. D. Bogaert

Fellowship and Awards


Senior Scottish Clinical Fellowship award (NRS) (2016)

Innovational Research Incentives Scheme: Vidi laureate (NWO) (2015)

Innovational Research Incentives Scheme: Veni laureate (NWO) (2009)

Ter Meulen Fund Stipends, KNAW (2006/2007)

Prof. Dr. Burema award for most relevant publication in the field of infectious diseases 2004/2005, The Municipal Health Service Rotterdam and Environs (GGD), The Netherlands

Investigator award 2004/2005, Erasmus MC-Sophia Children’s award, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Young investigator award 2004, Pediatric Association of The Netherlands (NVK), The Netherlands

Prof. Dr. J.C. Birkenhäger award 2003 for excellence in research and presentation, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands


2017. Spain. Ramon Areces Foundation: Personal grant of postdoctoral fellow Dr. Alicia Ruiz for a 2-year postdoc in my group to study mycobiome-microbiome interaction. Stipend

2017. NIHR.Global health research unit: Collaborator of NIHR RESPIRE Unit, University of Edinburgh. £6.000.000

2017. NIHR. Global health research unit. Collaborator and Steering Committee member of NIHR MPRU Unit, University College London. £6.000.000

2016-2012. NRS. SSCF. Hhost-microbiome interactions: identification of ecological drivers that are key to respiratory problems in pre-term born children (Scottish Senior Clinical Fellowship). £800.000

2015-2019 ZonMW. Vidi grant. Host-microbiome interactions: the key to respiratory health? (Personal career grant) €800.000

2014-2017. ZonMW. Priority Medicines. Consequences of early-life antibiotic exposure on AMR gene selection: what regimen causes least harm? (PI) €400.000

2014-2016. Gates Foundation. Effect of live attenuated Influenza vaccines on experimental human pneumococcal carriage.€250.000

2012-2014. Ministry of economic affaires. TKI grant.“Food for life solutions” (co-applicant). €130.000 (of 1.0 million)

2011-2014 TI Pharma. Collaboratiive grant. Therapeutic effect of an extensively hydrolyzed infant formula on atopic dermatitis” (participant) €100.000 (of 1.5 million)

2009-2014. NWO/ZonMW. Top grant. “Dynamics of nasopharyngeal colonization of microflora; the key to respiratory disease?” (PI). €625.000

2009-2012. NWO. Veni grant.“Nasopharyngeal microbial communities and the effects of vaccination” (Personal career grant). €250.000

2006-2008. KNAW. Ter Meulen Fund. “Interaction between Streptococcus pneumoniae and the maturing host immune system” (personal career grant). €100.000

2009-2013. Local hospital fund (based on private donations). Friends of WKZ. Respiratory microbiome development in healthy children in relation to delivery mode €150.000/ Respiratory microbiome development in infants with cystic fibrosis and controls. €240.000

2012. Local. WKZ. “Leading ladies in science” unrestricted grant. €100.000

Research Output (144)

16S rRNA-Based Microbiota Profiling Assists Conventional Culture Analysis of Airway Samples from Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis Patients

Kristensen Maartje, de Koff Emma M, Chu Mei Ling, Groendijk Simone, Tramper-Stranders Gerdien A, de Winter-de Groot Karin M, Janssens Hettie M, Tiddens Harm A, van Westreenen Mireille, Sanders Elisabeth A M, Arets Bert H G M, van der Ent Cornelis K, Prevaes Sabine M P J, Bogaert Debby Jun 2023, In: Microbiology spectrum. 11 , p. 1-8

The P323L substitution in the SARS-CoV-2 polymerase (NSP12) confers a selective advantage during infection

Goldswain Hannah, Dong Xiaofeng, Penrice-Randal Rebekah, Alruwaili Muhannad, Shawli Ghada T., Prince Tessa, Williamson Maia Kavanagh, Raghwani Jayna, Randle Nadine, Jones Benjamin, Donovan-Banfield I’ah, Salguero Francisco J., Tree Julia A., Hall Yper, Hartley Catherine, Erdmann Maximilian, Bazire James, Jearanaiwitayakul Tuksin, Semple Malcolm G., Openshaw Peter J.M., Baillie J. Kenneth, Baillie J. Kenneth, Semple Malcolm G., Openshaw Peter J.M., Carson Gail, Alex Beatrice, Andrikopoulos Petros, Bach Benjamin, Barclay Wendy S., Bogaert Debby, Chand Meera, Chechi Kanta, Cooke Graham S., da Silva Filipe Ana, de Silva Thushan, Docherty Annemarie B., dos Santos Correia Gonçalo, Dumas Marc Emmanuel, Dunning Jake, Fletcher Tom, Green Christoper A., Greenhalf William, Griffin Julian L., Gupta Rishi K., Harrison Ewen M., Hiscox Julian A., Ho Antonia Ying Wai, Horby Peter W., Ijaz Samreen, Khoo Saye, 13 Mar 2023, In: Genome Biology. 24 , p. 1-23

Mother-to-infant microbiota transmission and infant microbiota development across multiple body sites

Bogaert Debby, van Beveren Gina J., de Koff Emma M., Lusarreta Parga Paula, Balcazar Lopez Carlos E., Koppensteiner Lilian, Clerc Melanie, Hasrat Raiza, Arp Kayleigh, Chu Mei Ling J.N., de Groot Pieter C.M., Sanders Elisabeth A.M., van Houten Marlies A., de Steenhuijsen Piters Wouter A.A. 8 Mar 2023, In: Cell Host and Microbe. 31 , p. 447-460.e6

Air pollution from livestock farms and the oropharyngeal microbiome of COPD patients and controls

van Kersen Warner, Bossers Alex, de Steenhuijsen Piters Wouter A.A., de Rooij Myrna M.T., Bonten Marc, Fluit Ad C., Heederik Dick, Paganelli Fernanda L., Rogers Malbert, Viveen Marco, Bogaert Debby, Leavis Helen L., Smit Lidwien A.M. Nov 2022, In: Environment International. 169 , p. 1-9

Therapeutic Targeting of the Respiratory Microbiome

Chotirmall Sanjay H., Bogaert Debby, Chalmers James D., Cox Michael J., Hansbro Philip M., Huang Yvonne J., Molyneaux Philip L., O’Dwyer David N., Pragman Alexa A., Rogers Geraint B., Segal Leopoldo N., Dickson Robert P. 1 Sep 2022, In: American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 206 , p. 535-544 10 p.

Effect of intra-partum azithromycin on the development of the infant nasopharyngeal microbiota:A post hoc analysis of a double-blind randomized trial

Sanyang Bakary, de Silva Thushan I., Kanteh Abdoulie, Bojang Abdoulie, Manneh Jarra, Piters Wouter Steenhuijsen, Peno Chikondi, Bogaert Debby, Sesay Abdul Karim, Roca Anna Sep 2022, In: EBioMedicine. 83 , p. 1-14

General factors of white matter microstructure from DTI and NODDI in the developing brain

Vaher Kadi, Galdi Paola, Blesa Cabez Manuel, Sullivan Gemma, Stoye David Q., Quigley Alan J., Thrippleton Michael J., Bogaert Debby, Bastin Mark E., Cox Simon R., Boardman James P. 1 Jul 2022, In: NeuroImage. 254

The microbiota in respiratory tract infections:from association to intervention

Koenen Mischa H., De Steenhuijsen Piters Wouter A.A., Bogaert Debby, Verhagen Lilly M. 1 Jun 2022, In: Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases. 35 , p. 215-222 8 p.

Effects of early-life antibiotics on the developing infant gut microbiome and resistome:a randomized trial

Reyman Marta, van Houten Marlies A., Watson Rebecca L., Chu Mei Ling J.N., Arp Kayleigh, de Waal Wouter J., Schiering Irene, Plötz Frans B., Willems Rob J.L., van Schaik Willem, Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Bogaert Debby 16 Feb 2022, In: Nature Communications. 13 , p. 1-12

Early-life viral infections are associated with disadvantageous immune and microbiota profiles and recurrent respiratory infections

de Steenhuijsen Piters Wouter A.A., Watson Rebecca L., de Koff Emma M., Hasrat Raiza, Arp Kayleigh, Chu Mei Ling J.N., de Groot Pieter C.M., van Houten Marlies A., Sanders Elisabeth A.M., Bogaert Debby Feb 2022, In: Nature Microbiology. 7 , p. 224-237 14 p.

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