Martine Hollander, Saskia de Wildt and Rianne van Boekel have been nominated for the annual VIVA400 list.Martine Hollander, Saskia de Wildt and Rianne van Boekel have the chance to be awarded in the category Knappe Koppen. Please vote before 6 November!
The award ceremony is 15 November 2018.
More information and other Radboudumc nominees (only in Dutch).
Related news items
Standing balance capacity is easily overestimated in well-recovered stroke survivors20 February 2019
In Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair Jolanda Roelofs and Sander Geurts showed that well-recovered persons in the chronic phase after stroke with clinically no (or only very limited) motor impairment of the affected leg may still show substantial problems with standing balance control.read more
Imprinted genes during early embryonic development18 February 2019
René Dirks, with other members from the lab of Hendrik Marks, theme Cancer development and immune defense, show in a paper in Epigenetics & Chromatin that genomic imprinting (genes expressed from the paternal or maternal allele only) is often lost in cultured embryonic stem cells.read more
The first Radboud Nanomedicine community networking event14 February 2019
On 7 February 2019 the first Radboud Nanomedicine community networking event took place. The goal of the event was to bring together all those working in the field of nanomedicine at the Radboud University and Radboudumc, irrespective of the theme in which the research is performed.read more
Research Integrity Round: The ConScience App 15 February 201914 February 2019
To introduce the new Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity we invited ‘Het Acteursgenootschap’ to perform ‘The ConScience App’, a theatre piece designed to move the debate on scientific knowledge. All Radboudumc researchers are invited to attend this event.read more
Gene involved in colorectal cancer also causes breast cancer14 February 2019
Judith Grolleman, Nicoline Hoogerbrugge and Richarda de Voer, theme Tumors of the digestive tract, published in Cancer Cell that mutations in the NTHL1 gene, previously associated with colorectal cancer, also cause breast cancer and other types of cancer.read more
Endometrial natural killer cells remember previous pregnancy11 February 2019
Dorien Feyaerts, theme Inflammatory diseases, showed that pregnancy induces a memory phenotype on endometrial natural killer cells. However, previous CMV infection is a prerequisite for this memory induction. They published their findings in Cellular and Molecular Immunology.read more