18 June 2019

It is our pleasure to welcome a new research group leader and Hypatia fellow at RIMLS: Daniele Tauriello (dept Cell Biology).

Daniele Tauriello received a Hypatia fellow grant for his research proposal: Activating cancer immunity by reprogramming the tumor microevenvironment. 

Besides this Hypatia grant, NWO (The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research) awarded a Vidi grant to Daniele Tauriello, as part of the Innovational Research Incentives Scheme, for his project: Restoring the immune system to prevent cancer from spreading. 

We congratulate Daniele with this funding and wish him a lot of success with his new research at RIMLS.

 

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