Antoinette Killian studied chemistry at Utrecht University, where she obtained her PhD in 1986. She performed post-doctoral research at the University of Birmingham, Alabama and at Florida State University, supported by an NWO stipend. She then returned to Utrecht University, where she obtained a faculty position. She spent sabbatical periods at Umeå University in Sweden (1993) and at the Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris (2015).
She received several awards for her work, including the FEBS (Federation of European Biochemical Societies) prize (1995), an honorary doctorate degree at Umeå University (1995), the EBSA (European Biophysical Societies’Association)/Avanti award (2015) and recently she became Fellow of the Biophysical Society (2016).
She has (co)-authored over 175 peer-reviewed publications. For an overview of all publications and a citation analysis click here.