Dr. Van Camp is Professor of Hematology and Immunology at the Free University of Brussels, Director of Research Unit Hematology/Immunology, and Head of the Blood transfusion Center Jette and Head of the Clinical Department of Medical Oncology and Hematology, Academic Hospital.
Dr. Van Camp was born in Mechelen,Belgium in 1946. He graduated magna cum laude from the Free University of Brussels in 1971, and earned a Ph.D. in 1979. He spent several years abroad working at University of California, San Diego, Stanford University; Division of Oncology, University of Nebraska, and he worked with the IMF's chairman, Dr. Brian G.M. Durie, at both The University of Arizona; Division of Clinical Hematology, in Tucson Arizona as well as at the University of London.
Dr. Van Camp has held numerous appointments including President of the Belgian Hematological Society, and the Belgian Immunological Society and is currently President of the International Crythropoietim Advisory Board, and is a Scientific Advisor to the International Myeloma Foundation.
Dr. Van Camp is particularly interested in immunobiology of B cell malignancies and multiple myeloma, and autologous bone marrow transplantation. He has written or contributed to over 100 research articles, book chapters and abstracts.
Dr. Van Camp lives in Lennik, Belgium with his wife and two children.