TechMed Centre is formerly known as the MIRA institute and it combines fundamental and applied research with clinical practice. The TechMed Centre works closely with hospitals, the business community and governmental organizations.Nico Verdonschot, theme Reconstructive and regenerative medicine, will continue to work at the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory for 2 days per week. With his dual position at the TechMed Centre and at Radboudumc Verdonschot aims to foster collaboration between the institutes and improve the health-related research environment in this region of The Netherlands.
Verdonschot invites clinicians and researchers working at the Radboudumc to approach him if they would require any assistance or information about the TechMed research themes or collaboration opportunities with Twente University.
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