4 October 2018

Recently, RIHS held an internal call for Radboudumc junior researcher (PhD) positions.

The submitted projects were reviewed by the RIHS grant review committee in a two step procedure as explained in the call
The RIHS management congratulates the awardees and wishes them the best in conducting their research projects. 
 

This year 6 positions have been awarded to:


“DIAS: Enriching personalized depression care by learning from successfully used Deliberate and Intuitive Antidepressant Strategies in nursing homes.”
Applicants: Roeslan Leontjevas & Debby Gerritsen
Theme: Healthcare Improvement Science
 
“Trained innate immunity and resistance to Mycobader¡um tuberculosis infection.”
Applicant: Reinout van Crevel
Theme: Infectious disease & Global Health

“Stand up agaInsT dementia (SIT-ALARM): Understanding cerebrovascular physiologicAL changes underlying the impact of sedentARy behaviour on cognitive impairMent.”
Applicant: Dick Thijssen
Theme: Vascular damage

“Automated assessment of radiotherapy induced cardiac toxicity.”
Applicants: René Monshouwer & Jan Bussink
Theme: Rare cancers

“Ultrafast ultrasonic COMpound Push wave imAging and Strain eStimation (Ultra-COMPASS) for personalized stroke risk stratification.”
Applicants: Rik Hansen & Chris de Korte
Theme: Vascular damage

“Tuberculosis mass screening with digital X-ray (CAD4TB) and a portable, ‘point-of-care’ electronic nose device in a high-risk population in Paraguay.”
Applicants: Cecile Magis-Escurra & Bram van Ginneken
Theme: Infectious disease & Global Health  , Rare Cancers

 

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