30 August 2018

It is our pleasure to announce that Nielka van Erp and Roger Brüggemann have been appointed as associated professor.

Nielka's research is embedded within the research theme Urological cancers and lies in the field of the pharmacology of targeted oncolytics and the use of pharmacology to individualize and optimize cancer treatment.
 
Roger’s research focuses on clinical pharmacology of anti-infectives in special patient populations with a focus on antifungal agents. His research takes place within the research theme Infectious diseases and global health.
 
Van Erp and Brüggemann were both appointed associated professor per 1 July 2018. We wish them a successful continuation of their career in the Radboudumc.

 

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