8 November 2018

Kirsten Vrenken, PhD candidate in the group of Frank van Leeuwen, theme Cancer development and immune defense, has received the Tom Voûte Young Investigator Award 2018. This price is awarded each year by Kika (kinderen kankervrij) for excellent research in the area of pediatric oncology.

Kirsten presented her research about the role of EMT transcription factor Snail2 in neuroblastoma.

Although Kirsten recently switched to the Van Leeuwen group at the Princess Máxima Center in Utrecht to complete her research, she has done most of the work for her research at the Radboudumc, on the basis of a RIMLS personal grant she aquired in 2014. 

Tom Voûte Young Investigator Award 2018: link


 

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