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).
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