14 December 2018

Jo Berden was appointed by His Majesty as Knight in the Order of the Dutch Lion, a highly prestigious decoration.



Jo Berden worked from 2002 until his retirement in 2013, as head of the Department of Nephrology. He contributed significantly to the field of kidney diseases in general and in particular to renal disorders with an immunnological basis such as kidney inflammation in systemic lupus erythematosus. He is also a highly appreciated teacher in local, national and international education and training activities.

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