26 November 2018

In the theme of Tumors of the digestive tract the Science Quiz is introduced. After a pitch training from Marcel Wortel especially aimed on the PhDs, the whole theme was engaged in an interactive Science Quiz.

All PhDs sent in a quiz question about their projects and explained the right answer in a one minute pitch.

The overall winner was Elise de Savornin Loman from the department of Surgery (picture), followed by Tessa de Bitter and Anne-Marie Vos (both from the department of Pathology).

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