10 July 2018

Bart-Jan Kullberg and the patients' representatives Kees Niks and Diana Uitdenbogerd are one of the 2 teams nominated for the ZonMw Medical Inspirator Prize.

This prize is awarded for the most inspiring collaboration between patients and medical researchers. Bart-Jan Kullberg works with patients' representatives to measure long-term outcomes of Lyme disease as a tool to select new therapeutic modalities. The campain for the public voting for the Prize will start in January 2019.

Bart-Jan Kullberg is member of theme Infectious diseases and global health.

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