During a special edition of the Radboud Research Round of the theme Inflammatory diseases, organized by and for PhD candidates, Daphne Dorst received the award for the best PhD t@lk.This research round was an unique opportunity for PhD candidates to present their work, ideas or plans to all of the colleagues in the theme Inflammatory diseases.
The meeting started with laptop presentations. The jury selected 2 presenters for an oral presentation; Ellen van Geffen and Daphne Dorst.
Finally, the audience voted for the best presentation.
The award for the best PhD T@lk was for Daphne Dorst, Dept. of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine & Experimental Reumatology. Title of her presentation: Targeting activated fibroblasts in rheumatoid arthritis using photodynamic therapy.
The organizing committee:
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