9 July 2018

RIMLS has received a large number of ENABLE travel grant applications. We are very happy to announce that we have decided to award 9 grants this year.


The 2nd European PhD and Postdoc symposium: The Promise of Future Medicine: From Research to Therapy will be held in Copenhagen from 6 to 9 November 2018. The RIMLS management strongly supports the attendance of PhD candidates and postdocs to this symposium. You can register for this symposium here.

The travel award winners are:

  • Inge Wortel, theme Cancer development and immune defense
  • Iris Hagemans, theme Nanomedicine
  • Felix Fenneman, theme Nanomedicine
  • Rens Peeters, theme Cancer development and immune defense
  • Laura Miesen, theme Renal disorders
  • Alisa Potter, theme Mitochondrial diseases
  • Christina Graham Martinzez, theme Tumors of the digestive tract
  • Carlijn Bruggeling, theme Tumors of the digestive tract
  • Valentyna Kryklyva, theme Tumors of the digestive tract
We congratulate all award winners and wish them a great time in Copenhagen.

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