25 September 2017

During the annual conference of the European Tissue Repair Society (ETRS), held in Brussels from 13 to 15 September 2017, PhD candidate Roel op 't Veld from the Dept. of Dentistry, theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine, won first place for the Young Investigator Award.

He achieved this with an oral presentation titled 'Thermosensitive biomimetic polyisocyanopeptide hydrogels may facilitate wound repair'.

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