Dec 26 - 2020: I have added a page explaining how I typically prepare for a hike, including my gear list.

Oct 29 - 2020: Our research group published a paper in the renowned journal Cell. It describes a new cancer nanoimmunotherapy and you can read all about it here.

June - 2020: This year, I planned to go hiking in Glacier National Park and run the NYC marathon again. Due to COVID-19 this will have to wait until next year.

Bram Teunissen - I am an organic chemist with a passion for the outdoors. Born in the Netherlands, I am currently developing nanotherapies and imaging tracers in the Mulder lab at the Icahn school of Medicine in New York. The science section of this website provides an overview of my background in organic synthesis and supramolecular chemistry, as well as my current research involving the employment of (radio)chemistry and nanotherapeutics to treat cancer, organ transplant rejection, and cardiovascular disease.

In my free time I enjoy cycling, hiking, and - more recently -  running. Apart from many embarrassing pictures, this website holds reports of my most extensive trips, including cycling what has been called 'the toughest cycling tour on earth', solo packrafting in Greenland, and finishing the New York City Marathon.

Feel free to reach out with any comments or questions!