prof. dr. J.A.G. (Jos) van Strijp

Full Professor

  • Department of Medical Microbiology

prof. dr. J.A.G. (Jos) van Strijp

Research Programs


Jos van Strijp is Professor of Experimental Microbiology in the Utrecht. He was educated in Utrecht, New York (Rockefeller) and Boston. He now leads a group of 25 scientists, all involved in bacterial pathogenesis. Van Strijp has an H-factor of 41, has published in many top journals (Cell, Nature Immunol, J Exp Med J Clin Invest Cell Host Microbes etc) and 145 papers in total. Van Strijp has supervised 35 PhD students and 15 Postdocs. He was Keynote speaker at more than 30 occasions and gave more than 100 invited talks, worldwide. Van Strijp has organised and lectured in many courses in Infectious diseases as well as in Immunology in Utrecht, Amsterdam, Denmark, Norway, Brazil and Germany. Van Strijp is editor of several journals and regular referee for a great variety of organizations such as NWO (NL), STW (NL) and The Welcome Trust (UK).  In addition, he is Panel member on major funding schemes such as DFG (Germany), SFI (Ireland), AKA (Finland), ANR (France) and SRC (Sweden). Van Strijp is Director of the Graduate School PhD and the Journal of Innate Immunity.

Research Output (194)

The orphan immune receptor LILRB3 modulates fc receptor-mediated functions of neutrophils

Zhao Yuxi, Van Woudenbergh Esther, Zhu Jing, Heck Albert J.R., Van Kessel Kok P.M., De Haas Carla J.C., Aerts Piet C., Van Strijp Jos A.G., McCarthy Alex J. 15 feb 2020, In: Journal of Immunology. 204 , p. 954-966 13 p.

Host–receptor post-translational modifications refine staphylococcal leukocidin cytotoxicity

Tromp Angelino T., van Gent Michiel, Jansen Joris P., Scheepmaker Lisette M., Velthuizen Anneroos, de Haas Carla J.C., van Kessel Kok P.M., Bardoel Bart W., Boettcher Michael, McManus Michael T., van Strijp Jos A.G., Lebbink Robert Jan, Haas Pieter Jan A., Spaan András N. 1 jan 2020, In: Toxins. 12 15 p.


Teirila Laura, Leskinen Katarzyna, Malm Tarja, de Haas Carla, van Kessel Kok, van Strijp Jos, Jozsi Mihaly, Saavalainen Paivi, Meri Seppo, Haapasalo Karita okt 2019, In: Molecular Immunology. 114 , p. 431-431

Conserved wall teichoic acid modifications of Staphylococcus aureus ST395 and coagulase negative staphylococci interact with Macrophage Galactose-Type C-Type Lectin and affect dendritic cells response

Mnich M. E., van Dalen R., Gerlach D., Hendriks A., Xia G., van Strijp J. A. G., van Sorge N. M. sep 2019, In: European Journal of Immunology. 49 , p. 19-20

Do not discard Staphylococcus aureus WTA as a vaccine antigen

van Dalen Rob, Molendijk Michèle M, Ali Sara, van Kessel Kok P M, Aerts Piet, van Strijp Jos A G, de Haas Carla J C, Codée Jeroen, van Sorge Nina M 1 aug 2019, In: Nature. 572 , p. E1-E2

The C-Type Lectin Receptor MGL senses N-acetylgalactosamine on the unique Staphylococcus aureus ST395 Wall Teichoic Acid

Mnich Malgorzata E, van Dalen Rob, Gerlach David, Hendriks Astrid, Xia Guoqing, Peschel Andreas, van Strijp Jos A G, van Sorge Nina M 20 jun 2019, In: Cellular microbiology. 21 10 p.

Langerhans Cells Sense Staphylococcus aureus Wall Teichoic Acid through Langerin To Induce Inflammatory Responses

van Dalen Rob, De La Cruz Diaz Jacinto S, Rumpret Matevž, Fuchsberger Felix F, van Teijlingen Nienke H, Hanske Jonas, Rademacher Christoph, Geijtenbeek Teunis B H, van Strijp Jos A G, Weidenmaier Christopher, Peschel Andreas, Kaplan Daniel H, van Sorge Nina M 14 mei 2019, In: mBio. 10

A transgenic zebrafish line for in vivo visualisation of neutrophil myeloperoxidase

Buchan Kyle D., Prajsnar Tomasz K., Ogryzko Nikolay V., De Jong Nienke W.M., Van Gent Michiel, Kolata Julia, Foster Simon J., Van Strijp Jos A.G., Renshaw Stephen A. 1 apr 2019, In: PLoS ONE. 14 19 p.

Staphylococcus aureus toxin LukSF dissociates from its membrane receptor target to enable renewed ligand sequestration

Haapasalo Karita, Wollman Adam J.M., de Haas Carla J.C., van Kessel Kok P.M., van Strijp Jos A.G., Leake Mark C. 1 mrt 2019, In: FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. 33 , p. 3807-3824 18 p.

Immunization of young heifers with staphylococcal immune evasion proteins before natural exposure to Staphylococcus aureus induces a humoral immune response in serum and milk

Benedictus Lindert, Ravesloot Lars, Poppe Kim, Daemen Ineke, Boerhout Eveline, Van Strijp Jos, Broere Femke, Rutten Victor, Koets Ad, Eisenberg Susanne 7 jan 2019, In: BMC Veterinary Research. 15

All Research Output (194)