2 May 2018

On Thursday 26 April, nine employees of Radboud University and Radboud university medical center received royal honours for their outstanding scientific or social merit.

Baziel van Engelen conducts research on neuromuscular disorders. He is one of the most prominent neurologists in the Netherlands, sits on various scientific advisory councils and evaluation committees and is a valued member of various professional and scientific organizations. He was Director of Science at the European Neuromuscular Center (ENMC), which brings together researchers of many rare muscle diseases worldwide, share results and jointly develops therapies for these disorders.organizations. As a philosopher and ethicist, Baziel van Engelen has a broad perspective on healthcare with the mission to preserve its human element and foster solidarity in an environment subject to strong commercialization over the years. With great enthusiasm and with a small team of colleagues, he developed innovative ethics training programs for co-assistants, transforming them into doctors who take a human approach.commercializationover the years. With great enthusiasm and with a small team of colleagues, he developed innovative ethics training programs for co-assistants, transforming them into doctors who take a human approach.

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